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G80 De-Mystified; GeForce 8800GTX/GT

  • Unified Shader Architecture
  • Support FP16 HDR+MSAA
  • Support GDDR4 memories
  • Close to 700M transistors (G71 – 278M / G70 – 302M)
  • New AA mode : VCAA
  • Core clock scalable up to 1.5GHz
  • Shader Peformance : 2x Pixel / 12x Vertex over G71
  • 8 TCPs & 128 stream processors
  • Much more efficient than traditional architecture
  • 384-bit memory interface (256-bit+128-bit)
  • 768MB memory size (512MB+256MB)
  • Two models at launch : GeForce 8800GTX and GeForce 8800GT
  • GeForce 8800GTX : 7 TCPs chip, 384-bit memory interface, hybrid water/fan
    cooler, water cooling for overclocking. US$ 649
  • GeForce 8800GT : 6 TCPs chip, 320-bit memory interface, fan cooler. US$ 449-499

Our friends have gotten
some information of the upcoming NVIDIA G80 and it appears that G80 gonna be
unified shader after all. It should be pretty close to the truth and it explained
the mystery of the strange DRAM capacities that
INQ reported previously. Expect
G80 to be out somewhere in mid November along with Kentsfield.

  • Unified Shader Architecture
  • Support FP16 HDR+MSAA
  • Support GDDR4 memories
  • Close to 700M transistors (G71 – 278M / G70 – 302M)
  • New AA mode : VCAA
  • Core clock scalable up to 1.5GHz
  • Shader Peformance : 2x Pixel / 12x Vertex over G71
  • 8 TCPs & 128 stream processors
  • Much more efficient than traditional architecture
  • 384-bit memory interface (256-bit+128-bit)
  • 768MB memory size (512MB+256MB)
  • Two models at launch : GeForce 8800GTX and GeForce 8800GT
  • GeForce 8800GTX : 7 TCPs chip, 384-bit memory interface, hybrid water/fan
    cooler, water cooling for overclocking. US$ 649
  • GeForce 8800GT : 6 TCPs chip, 320-bit memory interface, fan cooler. US$ 449-499

Our friends have gotten
some information of the upcoming NVIDIA G80 and it appears that G80 gonna be
unified shader after all. It should be pretty close to the truth and it explained
the mystery of the strange DRAM capacities that
INQ reported previously. Expect
G80 to be out somewhere in mid November along with Kentsfield.

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