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    Inside source gave some new details about nVidia's card, that is due to come out in the second half of next year (2004).

    Same source was the one to give pre-release details about the current high-end card - NV30, even before Geforce4 was released.
    Details were correct, about 90% of the data about NV30.

    This information stands for only as a roadmap, and some of it might still change due to market requirements.
    Read More For the NV40 Specs.

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    Here are the NV40 specs:
    300-350 Million Transistors on 90-nm process
    750-800 MHz Core
    16MB Embedded DRAM (134M trans.)
    1.4 GHz 256-512MB DDR-II Memory
    8 Pixel Rendering Pipelines (4 texels each)
    16 Vertex Shader Engines
    204.8 GB/sec Bandwidth (eDRAM)
    44.8 GB/sec Bandwidth (DDR-II)
    25.6 GigaTexels per Second
    3 Billion Vertices per Second
    DirectX 10 (or extended 9.1)
    Release H2 2004


    We will release more data as soon as it comes available to us.

    ***The data above is not offical, and shouldnt be treated as such.

    To compare, here are the NV30 Specs
    0.13u process
    500 MHz core clock speed
    500(1Ghz) MHz 128-256MB DDR-II
    125 M transistors
    8 pixel pipelines with 2 texturing units each
    16 texture layers per rendering pass
    3.2 gigapixels per second
    6.4 gigatexels per second
    360-400 million vertices per second
    16 gigabytes/sec
    DirectX 9.0+ features (Pixel Shader 2.0+, Vertex Shader 2.0+, etc.)
    128 and 64-bit Floating-Point Pixel Processing
    Quad Vertex Shader Engine
    Improved FSAA (Programmable Grid AA or Adaptive AA)
    Improved HSR (Lightspeed Memory Architecture III)
    AGP 3.0 (AGP 8x)


    http://www.quake.co.il/modules/news/...hp?storyid=117
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    Now ya've gone and put someone out of a thread ya know? :laugh:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo
    Now ya've gone and put someone out of a thread ya know? :laugh:

    I'm pretty sure Weta won't be annoyed with me, for long... :)
    Cameron "Mr.Tweak" Wilmot
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Tweak
    I'm pretty sure Weta won't be annoyed with me, for long... :)
    He does so much posting just in that one thread, i dont think he'll even notice.:laugh:

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    This super-high-end 3D graphics accelerator card takes advantage of the latest and most sophisticated 0.13 micron process technology by packing nearly twice the transistors into the same space as the GeForce4 Ti GPU. Combine this sliver of super-powered silicon with radically redesigned boards, special heatsinks and fans and you’ll understand why the Asylum GeForce FX gives hard-core gamers the bragging rights they deserve!
    here are som more top specs to dribble over:

    CINEFX SHADING ARCHITECTURE
    • The most complete implementation of DX 9.0 for maximum compatibility
    • Brings cinematic-quality imagery to real-time applications for the first time
    • Enables stunning per-pixel effects with industry-leading levels of programmability
    128-BIT STUDIO-PRECISION COLOR
    • Prevents image defects due to low precision – same precision used by Hollywood studios
    • Industry’s best image quality for the most demanding applications

    INTELLISAMPLE TECHNOLOGY
    • Blistering-fast antialiasing performance
    • Adaptive texture filtering
    • Fast Z-clear

    ADVANCED DISPLAY PIPELINE WITH FULL NVIEW CAPABILITIES
    • Dual, 400MHz RAMDACs for display resolutions up to and including 2048x1536@85Hz
    • Video Mixing Renderer (VMR) supports multiple video windows with full quality and features in each window
    • DVD and HDTV-ready MPEG-2 decoding up to 1920x1080i resolutions
    • Support for DVI for compatibility with next-generation flat panel displays with resolutions up to 1600x1200

    ROCKET SCIENCE FOR A SYSTEM-LEVEL SOLUTION
    • 0.13u process technology for higher levels of integration and higher operating clock speeds
    • Copper vias and wiring
    • Advanced thermal monitoring and thermal management
    • World’s fastest memory with speeds up to 1.0GHz DDR2
    • AGP 8X including fast writes and sideband addressing
    • Flip-chip BGA packaging.

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    These specs are for the Geforce FX (NV30).

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    3, 4... whats the difference anyway?


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    *waits to be shot down*:D

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