Similar to the GTX 480 on the next page, you will see two dual-link DVI connectors supporting all high-resolution monitors and all the way to the left you can see a mini HDMI connector. Mini HDMI was chosen to be able to position the connector at the lower half, so that the top half can exhaust hot air. You will need a special HDMI cable due to this.
No more S/PDIF cables btw, audio is now routed over the PCIe bus allowing native audio over the HDMI connector thanks to an updated video processor inside the GPU (VP4). We'll have a chat about VP4 later on.
The GTX 470 needs only two 6-pin PCIe PEG connectors, and power supply wise you are looking at an average 550W PSU.
And as you can observe in the upper left corner, two SLI fingers allowing up-to 3-way SLI as well. At roughly 300~350 USD, this probably will be the most interesting card for the most of you with a price hovering inbetween 300 and 350 USD. But let's have a look at some sheer muscle power -- the GeForce GTX 480.
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