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FW 80.40 adds H.264 decoding to G70

Discussão em 'Windows Desktop e Surface' iniciada por blastarr, 1 de Julho de 2005. (Respostas: 3; Visualizações: 1027)

  1. blastarr

    blastarr Power Member

    http://www.3dchipset.com/index.php#382

    Também fala numa G72...

    Ah, e o C51 (Nforce 4/5 + gráficos 6200 Turbocache integrados) tb é mencionado...

    Edit:

    Há qlqr coisa interessante com este C51, afinal o que raio é um C51...GL ?
    QuadroFX integrado numa motherboard ????


    :x2:
     
    Última edição: 1 de Julho de 2005
  2. timber

    timber Zwame Advisor

    ForceWare Release 80 leaked

    OUR COLLEAGUES at 3D Chipset pulled a nice win in the eternal Leaked Driver Championship - far more interesting than Formula 1 drivers these days. Nvidia has been saying a lot of things about Detonators 80, and now the time has come for people to see the first beta results of nV's efforts. Nvidia stated that Release 80 should fully-enable performance boost on dual-core systems, such as the Pentium D and Athlon 64 X2. Ben de Waal, VP of GPU Software was especially proud of that supposed achievement - such as a 20-30% boost in performance from new drivers alone - of course, in certain apps. Also, a lot of SLI related improvements are due, but for that, go to one of my previous stories But - there are couple of other, more interesting things in the just leaked Release 80.40.

    First of all, is of course - the unreleased hardware. The presence of C51 string, and even C51GL string is a witness that upcoming "nForce5" chipsets from Nvidia will have integrated graphics inside, for the first time after nForce2 IGP.

    While we're uncertain of the GPU core inside - some of our sources speak of 6200, but could we have a totally cut-down version of 7800 inside - it is more that obvious that professional 3D users will have an opportunity to buy the nForce Professional board with Quadro graphics. And this chipset will be the first integrated chipset for professionals since Silicon Graphics pulled from the market with their 320 series, and that was back in 1999.

    Second of all, we have the first G7x derivative. After GeForce 7800GTX, we have G72 and it's professionally flavoured version, G72GL. While we have absolutely no information about the specs, my personal guess is that this is the new "6600", designated for both desktop and workstation space. Number of G72 and G72-related strings also can hide screamin' fast GeForce "7600"? Go and Quadro Go products.

    Thirdly, NV48 is still present, so you could argue that NV48 is actually G72 in some variant. When it comes to actual products of NV4x architecture, there is room only for the NV49 (G73? G74?), a lower-end product (6200 successor), and then time comes for NV50 (G80). Lastly, after a lot of FUD from the competition, the new drivers feature support for H.264 encoding on the 7800 series of products. So yes, they do have a working PureVideo processor inside. Yawn.

    If you own a 7800 board, this install is the one you want, but as always with unreleased software - you're doing this on your own risk.

    Inquirer

    Já agora
    http://www.3dchipset.com/drivers/nvidia/beta/nt5/8040.php

    Mas o ponto interessante aqui é as novas primas da G70
     
  3. blastarr

    blastarr Power Member

    Última edição: 1 de Julho de 2005
  4. VoRtAn_MaDgE

    VoRtAn_MaDgE A.S.Team performed

    "Nvidia stated that Release 80 should fully-enable performance boost on dual-core systems, such as the Pentium D and Athlon 64 X2. Ben de Waal, VP of GPU Software was especially proud of that supposed achievement - such as a 20-30% boost in performance from new drivers alone - of course, in certain apps."

    Há por aí alguém que possa confirmar a afirmação ?

    btw as entradas nos drivers...

    New Entries:


    NVIDIA_G72.DEV_01D0.1 = "NVIDIA G72"
    NVIDIA_G72.DEV_01D1.1 = "NVIDIA G72"
    NVIDIA_G72.DEV_01D2.1 = "NVIDIA G72"
    NVIDIA_G72.DEV_01D3.1 = "NVIDIA G72"
    NVIDIA_G72.DEV_01D5.1 = "NVIDIA G72"
    NVIDIA_G72.DEV_01DE.1 = "NVIDIA G72GL"
    NVIDIA_G72.DEV_01DF.1 = "NVIDIA G72"


    NVIDIA_C51.DEV_0240.1 = "NVIDIA C51GL"
    NVIDIA_C51.DEV_0241.1 = "NVIDIA C51"
    NVIDIA_C51.DEV_0242.1 = "NVIDIA C51"
    NVIDIA_C51.DEV_0243.1 = "NVIDIA C51"
    NVIDIA_C51.DEV_0244.1 = "NVIDIA C51"
    NVIDIA_C51.DEV_0245.1 = "NVIDIA C51"
    NVIDIA_C51.DEV_0246.1 = "NVIDIA C51"
    NVIDIA_C51.DEV_0247.1 = "NVIDIA C51"
    NVIDIA_C51.DEV_0248.1 = "NVIDIA C51"
    NVIDIA_C51.DEV_0249.1 = "NVIDIA C51"
    NVIDIA_C51.DEV_024A.1 = "NVIDIA C51"
    NVIDIA_C51.DEV_024B.1 = "NVIDIA C51"
    NVIDIA_C51.DEV_024C.1 = "NVIDIA C51"
    NVIDIA_C51.DEV_024D.1 = "NVIDIA C51"
    NVIDIA_C51.DEV_024E.1 = "NVIDIA C51"
    NVIDIA_C51.DEV_024F.1 = "NVIDIA C51"
     

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