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    Isso é parvoísse da parte da nvidia mas pronto, ainda não há news da nova gama 89**?

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    No 3Dmark é normal ficar atrás nos jogos nem fica assim tão atras, 7600GT \o/

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    Depois de anunciado o mainstream da ATI (RV670 - HD2950PRO), parece que a resposta da nVidia já está aqui:

    Nvidia's G98 is a mainstream chip

    Answer is plain and simple

    By Theo Valich: terça-feira 21 Agosto 2007, 16:26

    SEVERAL READERS CAME back and asked us what is exactly G98, mentioned in previous stories by Mr. Demerjian and myself.

    The answer is short and sweet. G98 is the new mainstream part with
    enhanced and more wide memory controller, going head to head with ATi's own RV670. G98 is all that G83 (8600) was supposed to be, but failed to deliver.

    A while ago, a rumour about GeForce 8600 with 256-bit controller appeared on the market. That part is no other but the G98, even though the GF8600+256-bit is a bit downplayed, G98 is significantly faster and has much more shader power.

    These are real $199 cards, not those notebook parts that were dumped into the desktop market. µ


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    Finalmente, elas ja deviam vir desde o inicio com 256bits mas pronto, agr sim são 8600GT a serio

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    Pci express 2.0 = Novas boards?

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    Quote Post Original de LinkinParkBoy Ver Post
    Pci express 2.0 = Novas boards?

    Sim basicamente é isso....

    se bem que dizem que a serie 8800 ja suporta pci-express 2.0... mas foram "capadas" porque em termos comercias n era viavel


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    Nvidia G92 is GeForce 8700 GTS

    VR-Zone has learned more about the upcoming Nvidia G92 where the official marketing name is most likely to be GeForce 8700 GTS. As revealed earlier, G92 is 65nm based and has 256-bit memory bus width. The reference 8700 GTS card has 8-layer PCB and comes with 512MB GDDR3 1ns memories so the memory clock of G92 is estimated to be between 900Mhz to 1GHz. Core clock is unknown yet.
    http://www.vr-zone.com/articles/Nvid..._GTS/5236.html

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    e onde andam essas boards???

    como a saida das novas graficas tao perto, ja se devia ver qq coisa...
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    n acredito q vou ter de trocar a minha Striker Extreme se quiser meter uma VGA DX10.1

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    Quote Post Original de Arkanius Ver Post
    n acredito q vou ter de trocar a minha Striker Extreme se quiser meter uma VGA DX10.1

    Não vais precisar de trocar nada, mesmo que a grafica seja PCI-E 2.0 tal como as HD2x00 são não presisam de trocar de motherboard.

    E ao que parece as graficas DX10 no mercado suportam já o DX10.1 e o Shader Model 4.1.

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    Quote Post Original de black_edition Ver Post
    Não vais precisar de trocar nada, mesmo que a grafica seja PCI-E 2.0 tal como as HD2x00 são não presisam de trocar de motherboard.

    E ao que parece as graficas DX10 no mercado suportam já o DX10.1 e o Shader Model 4.1.

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    Acham se nao trocarmos de board visto ser compativel, vamos na mesma conseguir tirar partido do PCI-E 2.0???

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    Quote Post Original de Fifty Ver Post
    Acham se nao trocarmos de board visto ser compativel, vamos na mesma conseguir tirar partido do PCI-E 2.0???

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    Mas o PCI-E 2.0 só aumenta a capacidade de largura de banda, e os requisitos energéticos!


    Nem agora a largura de banda do PCI-E 1.0 é esgotada, quanto mais PCI-E 2.0...


    A jogado da nVidia e da ATi é simples, mudar para PCI-E para dispensar energia extra, já que é suficiente ou quase, a energia fornecida pelo BUS PCI-E. Por exemplo, a HD2900XT quando em motherboards PCI-E 2.0, só precisa de um conector de 6 pinos PCI-E. Quando nas motherboards PCI-E 1.0 precisa ou de PCI-E 8 pinos + PCi-E 6 Pinos/2x PCI-E 6 Pinos.

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    Quote Post Original de König Ver Post
    Mas o PCI-E 2.0 só aumenta a capacidade de largura de banda, e os requisitos energéticos!


    Nem agora a largura de banda do PCI-E 1.0 é esgotada, quanto mais PCI-E 2.0...


    A jogado da nVidia e da ATi é simples, mudar para PCI-E para dispensar energia extra, já que é suficiente ou quase, a energia fornecida pelo BUS PCI-E. Por exemplo, a HD2900XT quando em motherboards PCI-E 2.0, só precisa de um conector de 6 pinos PCI-E. Quando nas motherboards PCI-E 1.0 precisa ou de PCI-E 8 pinos + PCi-E 6 Pinos/2x PCI-E 6 Pinos.
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    Mais novidades ou Rumores, como lhes queiram chamar, acerca do G92 vs RV670:
    November 3D War brings ATI and Nvidia siblings

    G92 versus RV670 racing target same goal: 10K 3DMark06
    By Theo Valich: sexta-feira 07 Setembro 2007, 08:05

    NOVEMBER WILL BE the slaughter place between ATI and Nvidia once again, and the swords will go into fiery battle. This time, the performance difference will be minimal, since both chips are targeting the very same price point, and offering very similar, if not identical features.

    Certain Graphzilla minions kept on hyping the G92 as the best thing since sliced bread and a new performance leader, while G92 is now marking a mainstream chip. Mainstream chip that targets 8800GTX in 3DMark06. Performance is estimated at above 9500 3DMarks (2006, not 2005), depending on name of the partner that Nvidia is talking too. We received multitude of different numbers (all very similar), and Nvidia hopes that this policy will get the leaks out. Guys, rather keep the promises your sales reps are telling partners. They're all operating on razor-sharp margins anyway.

    The name of the G92_290 chip will be the GeForce 8700 GT/GTS, while RV670 should come to market as Radeon HD 2700GT/XT. Fastest G92 board is being developed under codename P393A01, and it will retail for 249 (we expect overclocked versions to be priced at 279 and 289 USD), and cheapest variants will go for 199-229 USD.

    In short, G92 is simply half a G80, 65nm manufactured chip sitting on a regular 33x33mm BGA packaging, with a lot of things happening under the hood. This is not just your cut-down G80 chip, but rather a combination of higher-clocked part (over 800 MHz), and higher fill-rate than 8800GTS, even though the number of shader units is lower. Nvidia did not cut the number of ROP units, so expect hellish pixel and Texel fill-rate. RV670 took the same receipt as G92 compared to G80: cut the number of R600 units in half and you get RV670. 160 Superscalar shaders consisted out of 32 fatties and 128 regular scalars, blazing high GPU clock... like we said, RV670/G92 are siblings.

    Both chips are gunning for 512MB GDDR3 memory by Qimonda. Part number for reference boards on both sides call for 1.0ns ones (new HYB chips), which surprised us at best. We did not expect that development of boards is like seeing siblings develop, but carrying different hearts. Both are manufactured at the same place, and same manufacturing process, though.

    Have you had any doubt, DAAMIT is pitching for very same performance that Nvidia is achieving. 10.000 3DMarks is the whole grail, but 9500 should be doable. Performance estimates were based with Kentsfield machine, so this may change if you overclock the CPU at above 3.0 GHz level (QX6800 works at 2.93 GHz).

    What is the codename of NV55 now (one that was alleged to us to be the G92 - with nice pictures of a 2-slot monster), remains to be seen. All we know is that this chip will go head to head against R680, both due to be released in Q1 2008. It will be interesting to see what will be the key amount of memory in January - R680 with 512/1024/2048 versus G80 refresh with 768 or 1536 MB. If Qimonda can deliver GDDR5, even a memory type could change, from current Samsung GDDR4 liebling.

    Funny how cycle is the same, yet different. We would only like to know will Nvidia reset to ATI numbers once they reach 10000 mark after the GeForce name. So far, it is funny to see original 8800 (ATi FireGL, still sitting in my Museum) and compare it to today's 8800. µ

    P.S. Nvidia is spotting S/PDIF connector on the reference boards, meaning DVI Audio or HDMI adapter is quite a valuable feature to have. DisplayPort is also mucho importando, but not on the RV670 nor G92 reference boards. µ

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    Default 8900GTX e 8950GX2 a sair para o mercado

    Pois é, vão sair as novas "meninas" topo de gama da NVIDIA, podem ver aqui : http://www.digitalbattle.com/2007/09...950gx2-priced/

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