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don't kill me- Intel 945gm SPECS

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by AMDCam, Sep 3, 2008.

  1. AMDCam New Member

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    Hey guys, been a loooong time since I've posted and I thought I should. I used to know the specs for integrated graphics cards, and all modern cards, off the top of my head, but now I'm getting fuzzy and out-of-date with IGP's. Normally there's no problem updating myself but I'm a Marine in Afghanistan and our internet is filtered through about 8 different country's firewalls, so about 80% of all websites are not accessible. This leads me to my question, I can't find out the specs on any Intel integrated chipsets, the 945 series is my biggest question. The X3100 too. I don't mean tech like "128mb shared graphics memory", I mean pixel pipelines (if Intel still uses them), shader units, fillrates, etc. Thanks guys
     
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    have you tried downloading gpu z?
     
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    no it's not my computer, I don't have these, it's just out of curiosity
     
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    Intel GMA950 (i945GM)
    4 ROP/TMU @ 400MHz
    1.6 GPixels/sec pixel fillrate
    1.6 GTexels/sec texture fillrate
    4 pixel shader pipelines (DX9, OpenGL 1.4 )
    1.6 GFLOPS shader throughput
    no hardware vertex shader pipelines

    http://www.intel.com/products/chipsets/gma950/gma950.pdf

    It is pretty bad... :p
     
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    ah sweet thanks man. No one ever said it was good, it was purely curiosity. I like being able to say "you'll have literally 16 times more power with this system" using the standard 945/915 chipset as a reference, that's all. Thanks man
     

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