NVIDIA To launch GeForce 9 Series In February

"NVIDIA's next-gen graphics cards look to be coming early 2008"

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NVIDIA To launch GeForce 9 Series In February

Nvidia is ready for its next-generation GPU launch. According to sources at graphics card makers, the company plans to launch its GeForce 9 series GPU after the Lunar New Year in February.

The first chip to rollout of in GeForce 9 family will be the D9E, a high-end product that adopts 65nm manufacturing. The new product will also support DirectX 10.1 and Shader Model 4.1, revealed the sources.

In addition to the D9E, Nvidia will roll out a mid-range GeForce 9 family product named D9P in June 2008. The new GPU will adopt 55nm processing, the sources pointed out.


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01-12-2007, 17:10:40

Jim
Hey guys, do any of you know the real name/product code for these 3-Pin female fan connector blocks:

http://www.kustompcs.co.uk/acatalog/info_1959.html

I desperately need some with pins, but searching sites like RS or Farnell for them is like looking for a needle in a haystack :(

01-12-2007, 17:19:03

Ham
How many you need + do they have to be black?

01-12-2007, 17:19:16

Yeungster
So its not the male connector that fits into it that you're after? It's exactly the same but with pins sticking out?

01-12-2007, 18:06:42

Toxteth O'Grady
If you look 4 items up from the bottom of this page: http://www.dorothybradbury.co.uk/#main-page

Is that what you want?

:cool:

TOG

01-12-2007, 19:26:37

Jim

So its not the male connector that fits into it that you're after? It's exactly the same but with pins sticking out?




Nah its the female one just like in the link (except Kustom don't have stock) + the little little bits of metal that go inside.

Basically I want to make my own fan cables out of coloured wire, rather than sleeving the cables.

01-12-2007, 22:15:41

darkorb
couldnt u just get any random metal and snip it up?

02-12-2007, 05:17:29

Jim

couldnt u just get any random metal and snip it up?



Not really, and I'd still need the plastic casing :(

02-12-2007, 07:27:00

Rastalovich
Maplins sell them, cos I bought some.

02-12-2007, 07:36:18

Jim

Maplins sell them, cos I bought some.



Did they come with pins too? If so, i'll have to make a trip to them tomorrow :D

02-12-2007, 07:49:32

Rastalovich
I`d phone em first, cos I done a search on their site and only came up with one of those extension thingies. I busted into the store in cardiff and happened to see them whilst looking for something else, they had pins.

Problem is tho, when u search Maplins u think u know what they`re gonna call something and u`r way off.

The male versions were called 3 pole pcb mount connectors or something..
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