NVIDIA’s Show off GF100 at CES 2010
Nvidia has brought the GF100 Fermi-based desktop graphics card to CES 2010 and put it to good use running the DirectX 11-enabled Heaven benchmark from Unigine. Seen below installed in a Maingear system, the GF100 is about 10.5 inches long, takes up two PCI slots, has a cooling system with one fan, and requires extra power via two PCIe power connectors (one 6-pin and an 8-pin).
Nvidia's card has support for SLI (3-way SLI), DirectX 11, OpenCL, PhysX, CUDA, and should boast a 384-bit memory interface as well as 512 CUDA cores.
Nvidia noted that the cooler wasn’t final hardware, and clocks and other specs weren't ready to be announced yet
Fig. Nvidia showed off the new GPU running inside an X58-based Core i7 system and running Heaven benchmark .