|07 Jan 2010||#23|
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i think its fake mate.......
I've seen that image floating around from a long time ago.
GTX380 will have 48 ROPs and a 384-bit memory bus, and core codename is GF100 or GF104 on the GTX380, not GT300. That is for Tesla. Also take note how it says that Forceware 188.83 is being used. Forceware 180 = no Fermi support. Also notice the 2GB of memory. Impossible due to 384-bit memory bus. Memory sizes will only be 768MB, 1.5GB, 3GB, 6GB, etc..
Further, A1 silicon was horrible and barely working.
Also, the biggest giveaway that it's fake. Look at the DirectX support. It says DX11 / SM4.0. DX11 uses SM5.0. Also the pixel fillrate would be quite a bit higher with 64 ROPs.
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