hm.....it is just a 'down clock' version of 'normal' 9600GT with lesser voltage..
Guess this might be able to achieve with some mod bios on 'normal' 9600GT??
Its interesting that the power draw on the conventional 9600GT is so much higher than the "green edition" 9600GT.
ha, what a crap
now nvdiai can even sell their lower binned waste!
and its another rebrand, every g94 can get that power consumption
= cut-down power supply + new gddr3 memory with lower power consumption + clocked down chip
so all in all you get less for more money
This Green Edition model would make an awesome PhysX card, especially with GTX 295+ Quad-SLI which sucks the living daylight out of the PSU.
EVGA X58 SLI Classified E759 Limited Edition
Intel Core i7 Extreme 980X Gulftown six-core
Thermalright TRUE Copper w/ 2x Noctua NF-P12s (push-pull)
2x EVGA GeForce GTX 590 Classified [Quad-SLI]
6GB Mushkin XP Series DDR3 1600MHz 7-8-7-20
Silverstone Strider 1500w
OCZ RevoDrive 3 240GB 1.0GB/s PCI-Express SSD
Creative X-Fi Fatal1ty Pro / Logitech G51 5.1 Surround
SilverStone Raven RV02
Windows 7 Ultimate RTM x64
Wishing I had a display with IMAX resolution to play the Crysis series completely maxed out!
I wonder what the idle power consumption will be.
Am I very smart or what?
Lol, as i predicted, no power connector required.
This card motive is to shake HD4670 position
imho too little too late.
unless nvidia willing to sell it for dirt cheap.