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Analysis of the GeForce 8600/8300 Design Leads to Interesting Results
A small analysis of the prospects for upcoming NVIDIA graphics accelerators based on GPU G86 and G84 was conducted by the American resource DailyTech.
The starting point was the popularity won by the GeForce 7600 and 7300 video cards due to their affordable price, availability in the range of many manufacturers and uninterrupted supplies. All of these factors were due to the fact that these accelerators used the time-tested design of the printed circuit board from the GeForce 6200/6600, which had been worked out to the smallest detail by manufacturers.
After analyzing the appearance of the PCB from the photos of the GeForce 8600 that appeared on the Web not so long ago, colleagues conclude that video cards based on the G86 and G84 chips will use the same printed circuit board, which is pin-to-pin compatible with the G73 and NV40.
There will still be slight differences due to different operating voltages. So, the frequency generator of the G73 (GeForce 7300/7600 series) uses 1.3 V, while for the G84 / G86 this value is 3.3 V.
The use of more capacious memory chips will also complicate the layout of the boards.
Nevertheless, there is much more in common in the design of the printed circuit board of video cards of three generations than in different ones, which makes it possible to predict the rapid saturation of the market with new products.
The second interesting discovery that DailyTech made is that the design of the G84 / G86 graphics chips provides for their use in configurations where there are more than four of them. It is unlikely that we will really see systems like Octo-SLI on the market, however, the very possibility of their implementation deserves attention.