I don't get how they can legally call it GTX 480...
Hopefully people won't get 3rd degree burns on their thighs.
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Schmich:I don't get how they can legally call it GTX 480...
I agree. I bet they had to do some serious downgrading when they made this chip because of the heat issues that Fermi present. I'm guessing that the performance of the chip will be acceptable by notebook gaming standards but it will be copped down by at least a quarter. Still I'm amazed that they could take their Fermi technology and put it in a notebook computer... Really.
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Does it burn holes through solid wood as well?
I'm with you all. Ferma just seems so power hungry that I would hate to have it in my laptop. Then again that Optimus stuff looks even more tempting.
What will this do to battery life?
Will it still cook properly?
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