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Anoniem
SkinnerEd
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  • Dit verhaal (
  • [quote:afd40e6b3a="Slashhead"]Dit verhaal (
  • O ja: die pdf die ik had gezien zullen vast wel meer mensen onder ogen hebben gehad (lijkt me sterk dat mijn baas deze alleen heeft ontvangen) en misschien ook wel bewust van nVidia om de geruchtenstroom levend te houden, maar is wel grappig om te zien.
  • twintexel
  • [quote:349de55fec]…is the NV30 to have the specifications that were posted at Reactor Critial this morning :)

    [i:349de55fec]The NV30 graphics processor has 8 rendering pipelines with 2 TMUs per each, supports beyond DirectX 9.0 features and represents the brand-new VPU architecture from the most successful graphics chips developer so far. Besides, the graphics boards based on the newcomer will feature AGP 8x and 256-bit memory bus. There will be two videoadapters providing different performance, powered by the NV30 VPU, additionally, Nvidia will also issue two graphics cards for professional use. As for the clock-speeds of the up and coming products, the company will offer 325-400MHz range for the VPU and probably something between 700 and 800MHz for the memory.[/i:349de55fec][/quote:349de55fec]Source: nV News
  • Dit is weer een heel ander verhaal. komt weer helemaal niet overeen met het DDRII verhaal en de 128bit bus.

    Ik denk dat het wachten word op Comdex fall 2002 voor de eerste echte specs van nVidia zelf.

    echter 350 a 400 core en 1ghz DDRII zou wel smakelijk zijn

    8 pipelines met 2 TMU's moet met 0,13 micron wel mogelijk zijn.
  • [b:60dfa801ff][size=18:60dfa801ff]ATI demonstrates world's first graphics cards powered by DDR-2 technology [/size:60dfa801ff]

    ATI engineering team adds vigor to cinematic revolution

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    [b:60dfa801ff]MARKHAM, ON/ Munich, Germany October 22, 2002 [/b:60dfa801ff]- In a move that solidifies ATI's (TSX: ATY, NASDAQ: ATYT) position as the world leader in defining and implementing the latest graphics technology, ATI engineers became the first to demonstrate a visual processing unit (VPU) powered by second-generation double-data rate (DDR) dynamic random-access memory (DRAM), known as DDR-2.



    ATI also announced a DDR-2 variant for mobile graphics and mid-range desktop graphics, code-named DDR-2M, and demonstrated the technology working on a desktop graphics card. DDR-2M delivers DDR-2 performance with lower power consumption, reduced heat dissipation and simplified board design. ATI worked closely with Elpida Memory Inc to develop DDR-2M as part of ATI's ongoing commitment to moving technology innovation aggressively out to the masses.



    Seen as a clear improvement on existing DDR DRAM technology that first arrived on the market in 1998, DDR 2 and DDR-2M follow and leverage the Joint Electron Device Engineering Council's (JEDEC) DDR-2 specification. DDR-2 is the technological foundation for the eagerly anticipated third-generation DRAM for graphics (GDDR3) due out next year, an industry-wide initiative led by ATI. DDR-2 and DDR-2M are evolutionary DRAMs designed with the goals of improving high-end graphics performance, signal integrity and reliability while simplifying design.



    "ATI is a leader in adopting and defining memory technology to advance and define tomorrow's visual reality," said Joe Macri, Director of Technology, ATI Technologies Inc, and Chairman, JC42.3 DRAM Committee, JEDEC. "With the RADEON 9700 PRO, ATI demonstrated that leadership by defining the GDDR3 spec and becoming the first to ship a VPU with a high-speed 256 bit memory interface, and that leadership continues today with the first DDR-2 and DDR-2M powered graphics boards."



    "We expect that, given competitive pricing and the support of the major graphics controller and memory vendors, DDR-2 will take over from DDR as the market's favored memory type for graphics cards, at least in the short term, because it supports higher speed and wider bandwidth and will be available before DDR-2 for main memory," said Soo-Kyoum Kim, IDC memory analyst.



    "Elpida is pleased to be working with ATI to develop advanced memory technologies that will drive the cinematic revolution," said Jun Kitano, Director of Technical Marketing at Elpida Memory (USA), Inc. "Elpida is focused on supporting innovative graphics technology for mainstream and mobile applications, and both ATI and Elpida are equally committed to making this leading-edge technology available to the widest possible cross-section of the market so all users can benefit
  • Looking good, maar waar heb je deze info vandaan ?

    Nevermind, heb al gevonden:)
  • Komt uit m'n mailbox
  • Ik kon hem zo snel die bij de Press Release vinden, maar ik zag plots een link op de ATI site :)
  • Smakelijk DDRII van Ati en wat daarna komen gaat.

    zal mij benieuwen wie nu echt als eerste met DDRII komt. nVidia of Ati.
  • Tja, ik hoop wel dat nVidia binnenkort met officiele berichten gaat komen :)
  • Ik zag dit net bij nVnews staan:

    [quote:4701376089]VR-Zone has conducted an interview with Florence Shih, the sales and marketing director of ABIT. Interesting topics brought up regarding ABIT motherboard plans, sales target etc.

    Q : When is your graphics cards based on NV30 GPU be releasing?
    A : NVIDIA is expected to announce NV30 in Comdex and we will announce ours too at the same time.[/quote:4701376089]
  • [quote:e87fa2eed8="VTec"]Ik zag dit net bij nVnews staan:

    [quote:e87fa2eed8]VR-Zone has conducted an interview with Florence Shih, the sales and marketing director of ABIT. Interesting topics brought up regarding ABIT motherboard plans, sales target etc.

    Q : When is your graphics cards based on NV30 GPU be releasing?
    A : NVIDIA is expected to announce NV30 in Comdex and we will announce ours too at the same time.[/quote:e87fa2eed8][/quote:e87fa2eed8]

    tja dat heb ik al vaker gehoord,. 18-11-2002. is ook een datum die je af en toe voorbij ziet komen.
    we wachten af
  • http://www.comdex.com/fall/
    comdex begint op 18-11-2002. vandaar dat ik die datum eerder heb gezien :)
  • [quote:b7b0f5ed68]NV30 Limited Supply - 10/23/02 5:48 am - By: MikeC - Source: N/A
    While there's a good chance that the NV30 will be in full production in early 2003, xbit labs is reporting that there may be a limited supply showing up shortly after Comdex. None of this information has been confirmed by NVIDIA.

    Of course, in order to keep the word that was given to the investors, the company may sell 500 to 1500 NV30-based graphics cards to enthusiasts after the Comdex Fall and then continue to improve the yield of the wafers so to cut the manufacturing expenses before launching the NV30 massively in January or February. [/quote:b7b0f5ed68]Source: nVnews
  • Waarom is die Comdex nou niet in Zwijndrecht :x :wink:
  • Ze zoeken nog een sponsor in de regio ;)
  • Voor het geval het nog iemand interesseert. PowerVR trotse ontwerper van Kyro kaarten gaat toch verder met videokaarten maken.
    En ze denken volgend jaar een nieuwe chip (Met DirectX 8 ) op de markt te gooien.

    http://www.eet.com/semi/news/OEG20021003S0016
  • [quote:a2ad0da805="SkinnerEd"]Waarom is die Comdex nou niet in Zwijndrecht :x :wink:[/quote:a2ad0da805]

    Je moet het gewoon combineren.
    er is ook een weerkaart beurs in die periode in die regio
    en je gaat wat Twister's bekijken (mis je hem nog welles? ;) )
    etc.

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