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pci express

Discussão em 'Novidades Hardware PC' iniciada por Vandrare, 17 de Setembro de 2003. (Respostas: 7; Visualizações: 878)

  1. Vandrare

    Vandrare Power Member

    Ati demonstrates the first pci express processor

    Description
    ATI is demonstrating the world’s first visual processor to incorporate PCI Express, the newest PC interconnect standard, at the Intel Developers Forum (IDF) in San Jose.

    ATI has designed, developed and validated in tests with Intel, the industry’s first visual processor using the brand-new PCI Express bus to accelerate the movement of information between the visual processor and the central processor.

    PCI Express is the most significant transition the PC industry has undergone in the past decade. We already have working silicon that uses PCI Express natively, said Rick Bergman, Senior Vice President of Marketing and General Manager, Desktop, ATI Technologies Inc. As the industry transitions to PCI Express and as chipset and motherboard companies make this new interconnect available to customers, ATI will be ready with visual processors that can take advantage of the advanced capabilities.

    ATI has been a key player in the development of PCI Express standards since its inception, first sitting on the original steering committee and continuing to influence and support the PCI Special Interest Group (PCI-SIG).

    ATI is demonstrating the world's first PCI Express visual processor on multiple Intel platforms at Fall IDF, Randy Wilhelm, Vice President of the Client Platform Division at Intel Corporation. By validating its products with Intel’s PCI Express development platforms, ATI will help ensure interoperability that will benefit the end user’s experience.

    fonte:megagames
     
  2. Nemesis11

    Nemesis11 Power Member

    S3 Graphics & PCI Express:
    S3 Graphics Inc., a leading supplier to the 3D graphics accelerator market, today announced full support for the new PCI Express Initiative with a full line of high performance graphics processors for desktop and mobile personal computers. The product family, planned for the second half of 2004, will cover the high end, mainstream and value segments of the 3D accelerated GPU market and take full advantage of the expanded bandwidth capabilities of PCI Express. For the high performance segment, the new graphics processor will boast a totally new architecture that will rival the best contemporary technologies, with flexible graphics processing pipelines to focus the power where it is needed for dramatically increased performance.


    Muito interessante.......especialmente a parte da nova arquitectura.
     
  3. Nemesis11

    Nemesis11 Power Member

    Sorry pelo duplo post, mas:
    http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=11589

     
  4. chight

    chight Power Member

    Nvidia & PCI Express

     
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  6. Luis24

    Luis24 Banido

    Desculpem a minha ignorância mas gostaria de saber quando é k isto do PCI Express vai ser norma nas placas gráficas?A performance em relação ao AGP vai ser muito melhor?Quais serão as vantagens?Fiquem bem
     
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    Poix, isso tb nós gostávamos de saber, ainda n há testes, datas de lançamento, etc......
     
  8. Favas

    Favas Power Member

    Resumindo, graficas cada vez mais caras, e boards mais baratas.
    e jah ando a axar as graficas um autentico abuso de dinheiro!

    valerá a pena comprar uma grafica ou uma consola?

    Quem ganha eh a performance, sem duvida, mas até que ponto serah isto necessario me pergunto eu, que nao vejo diferença entre o agp 4x e 8x.
     

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