More GTX 4 series information

As the 4 series gets closer to its paper launch more details are leaked. Due to this fact, we can now tell you that the 4 series will have twin dual-link DVI-I connectors and a mini-HDMI port. In addition the 480 will have 1,536MB of GDDR5 memory.

NVIDIA remains tight-lipped over the card’s specifications, but we can confirm from the box that it will have 1,536MB of GDDR5 memory. The rear outputs will comprise of twin dual-link DVI-I connectors and a mini-HDMI port (v1.3a). No provision for DisplayPort, then? The power requirements are such that it needs more juice than twin 6-pin plugs can supply, and the setup is the same as a Radeon HD 5970’s. A chunky PSU is recommended, pitching in at 600W – 42A on the 12V line – for a single-GPU system. Add at least 250W for a second card. Now all we need is a card to test NVIDIA’s claims of upcoming high-end graphics hegemony.

Sources: pcgameshardware.com, hexus.net