Today during Computex 2005 we managed to find one of nVidia's very scarce upcoming codename G70 graphics cards. We only had a short while with the card and we were told that the card was not a working sample.
This particular G70 is probably the same one a couple other sites managed to take photos of, however we went a step further and removed the heatsink to get a shot of the core. We also scored a shot of the memory chips used - they seem to be Samsung 1.6ns GDDR3 chips running at 600MHz.
We are actually under NDA concerning G70 so we cannot say anymore than what the pictures tell us, which was not supplied to us by nVidia but another company which shall remain anonymous.
We couldn't get you benchmarks but we managed to get the most detailed shots of G70 out of any other site during Computex 2005.
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