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  1. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    yeah ti4x00 is on the list yeah!!! go geforce 4 the best old school nvidia out there
     
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    I don't see the need for anything older than those, so I think that's it.

    -Dan
     
  3. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    lol why not put the original geforce on there just for laughs :roll:

    jk
     
  4. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    this is kinda rude considering how you just worked on this for me but 4x and 8x have identical mem clocks as shown in this ss of my non-oc'd shot of my 4x card
     

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    I thought they would, but the source I checked showed the 4x version (NV25) with a memory clocks a tad slower... the NV28 had the 256.5.

    I just checked another soruce and I seem to have it correct in the DB (4x ver = 500mem and 8x ver = 513mem).

    Check some more then post back with what you find.

    -Dan
     
  6. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    maybe mines special hmm i wonder if that means i can make it do agp 8x
     
  7. golddbz2000 New Member

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    the new visiontek ATI x1300 pci 256 card is not on this list.
     
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    X1950 Pro : ROPs/Pixel/Vertex Shaders 12 / 36 / 8 Core/Mem 575/690 (NOT 16 / 48 / 8 - 600/700), Chip RV570, Memory 256MB and 512MB GDDR3 256 Bits

    X1900 GT V2 : ROPs/Pixel/Vertex Shaders 12 / 36 / 8 Core/Mem 512/660
    Chip R580, Memory 256MB GDDR3 256 Bits

    X1650 Pro : ROPs/Pixel/Vertex Shaders 4 / 12 / 5 Core/Mem 600/700 Chip RV530/RV535, Memory 256MB GDDR3 128 Bits

    X1300 XT : ROPs/Pixel/Vertex Shaders 4 / 12 / 5 Core/Mem 500/400 Chip RV530, Memory 256MB GDDR3 128 Bits

    X1600 Pro and X1300 Pro Memory DDR2 (NOT GDDR3)

    NOT EXIST 7950GS

    7900 GS : ROPs/Pixel/Vertex Shaders 16 / 20 / 7 Core/Mem 450/660 Chip G71, Memory 256MB GDDR3 256 Bits

    7950 GT : Core/Mem 550/700 (NOT 570/700)

    7900 GTO : Core/Mem 650/660 (NOT 650/690)

    [​IMG]
    Source : http://www.hardware.fr/articles/639-2/comparatif-gpu-dx9-200-350.html

    X1650 Pro Chip RV530
    Source : http://www.hardwarezone.com/articles/view.php?cid=3&id=2044

    X1300 XT Chip RV530
    Source : http://enthusiast.hardocp.com/article.html?art=MTE0NCwzLCxoY29uc3VtZXI=
    http://www.hothardware.com/viewarticle.aspx
     
  10. AthlonX2

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    theres a 7100GS......NV44 core Core speed is 350mhz...memory is 333mhz ....4 pixel pipelines,3 vertex pipelines,2 ROP's and a 64bit memory bus with either 128mb/256mb GDDR2 directx 9 PS3 VS3
     
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    GF 7600GS
    Core Clock: 400 MHz
    Memory Clock: 800 MHz
    Memory Bus: 128 bit
    Memory Size: 256 MB
    Interface: AGP
    GPU: G73
    Process Size: 0.09u
    DirectX: 9.0c
    Pixel Shaders: 12 (v3.0)
    Vertex Pipes: 5 (v3.0)
     
  12. francis511

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    NOT EXIST 7950GS

    7900 GS : ROPs/Pixel/Vertex Shaders 16 / 20 / 7 Core/Mem 450/660 Chip G71, Memory 256MB GDDR3 256 Bits

    thanxx ,couldnt find taht.
     
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    Specs for the 7800GS AGP are wrong ,it has 16 pixel pipe lines not 8 ,also the 7800GS+ has either 20 or 24 pixel piplines depending whether it has the G70 or G71 core.(I believe the 7800GS+ is only made by Gainward?)

    Btw ,excellent GPU database ,I use it a lot :)
     
  14. ThetaSigma New Member

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    I just found this site & forums and many thanks for the great info!

    One card I noticed that you was missing (that just happens to be eVGA's best selling low budget AGP card)...

    NVIDIA GeForce 6600 AGP

    Chip: NV43
    Interface: AGP 8x (AGP 4x compatible)
    Memory: 256MB DDR
    Core Speed: 300MHz
    Memory Speed: 250MHz DDR
    Bus Width: 128bits
    ROPs/Pixel/Vertex Shaders: 8 / 8 / 3
    Features: DX9.0, PS3.0, VS3.0

    Hope this helps.
     
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  15. ThetaSigma New Member

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    Old post above but just for posterity's sake...the statement above is incorrect. AGP compatibility is determined by the motherboard's AGP bus voltage and the graphics card's slot design...

    Motherboard AGP Bus Voltage & Graphics Card Compatibility:
    AGP 1x Bus = 3.3 Volts (compatible w/ 1x or 2x cards but not 4x or 8x)*
    AGP 2x Bus = 3.3 Volts (compatible w/ 1x or 2x cards but not 4x or 8x)*
    AGP 4x Bus = 1.5 Volts (compatible w/ 8x cards if the 8x card supports 1.5V)**
    AGP 8x Bus = 0.8 Volts (compatible w/ 4x or 8x cards but not 1x or 2x)
    AGP Universal Bus (rare) = Voltage determined by card (compatible w/ 1x, 2x, & 4x AGP cards)***
    AGP 3.0 Universal Bus (rare) = Voltage determined by card (compatible w/ 1x, 2x, 4x, & 8x AGP cards)***

    *There are some universal cards that support 1x, 2x, & 4x buses (but not 8x). The card's slot design will look like this...{Screenshot}

    **The AGP 4x slot design is physically identical to the AGP 8x slot design. As long as the AGP 8x card supports both 1.5 & 0.8 voltage signaling, it will be compatible with an AGP 4x motherboard. Nearly every AGP 8x card produced before August 2006 supports both 4x & 8x buses.

    ***There are some rare motherboards with an AGP Universal Bus or AGP 3.0 Universal Bus. The regular AGP Universal supports 1x, 2x, and 4x cards, while the AGP 3.0 Universal supports 1x, 2x, 4x, and 8x cards. The correct voltage is automatically determined by the motherboard based on the card installed.

    I'm not even going to start on AGP Pro compatibility because AGP Pro is virtually dead and irrelevant to most users anyways since it was most commonly found on servers & workstations.
     
  16. Aikar New Member

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    Missing geforce 7900 GS and geforce 6600 LE.
     
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    Any luck of gitting some info on an EVGA 6600LE 256 GeFORCE?
     
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    Missing VGA card

    Hello! I have a VGA card missing in the list. ATI X1950XT VIVO 256Mb PCIe DDR3. It is with R580 chip, ROPs/Pixel/Vertex Shaders-16/48/8, engine clock speed 625Mhz, memory clock speed 900Mhz. plz refresh the list. thnx. :rockout:
     
  19. pt

    pt not a suicide-bomber

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    you should add that the x550 as a variation with 64bits ;)
     
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    The memory bandwidths in the popup windows are ½ of the real values. Currently the b/w appears to be calculated as SDR not DDR as they should.

    For example the 8800GTX wields 86.4GB/s in real world. (384bit * 1.8GHz / 8 = 86.4GB/s)
    GPUDB claims only 43.2GB/s.
     
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    7600gt Agp 256/512mb

    Don't know all of them but there are quite a few brands out there. I'm running the MSI NX7600GT 512MB DDR2 560/800 standard clock. Will try to get more info and update.
     
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    New Video card for list

    Sapphire ATI Radeon X1650XT 256Mb GDDR3 PCI-E

    ATI RADEON™ X1650 XT core (600MHz)
    CrossFire™ Support
    256MB / 512MB GDDR3 Onboard Memory (1400MHz)
    Device ID - 7291
    Chip Name - RV560
    GB Pipe Select - 0x215DC
    Microsoft® DirectX® 9.0 Shader Model 3.0
    Microsoft® Windows Vista™ Ready
    24 pixel shader processors
    8 vertex shader processors
    Up to 128-bit GDDR3 memory interface
    Native PCI Express x16 bus interface
    Avivo™ Technology
    Max 3D resolution of 2560x1600
    Dual-DVI & TV-Out
    Smoothvision HD + Adaptive AA
    Video acceleration of :MPEG-2, MPEG-4, DivX, WMV9, VC-1, and H.264
    330 Million Transistors
    Hydrovision 3

    There I hope I got everything if not just give me a call. Cal
     
  24. xtreme1 New Member

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    All Sapphire's Video cards

    In the attached file is all the info on every video card Sapphire ever made. View attachment matrix-vga-1.xls
    You may need Microsoft Excel or Office to open this file.
     
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    What are the specs for the new 7200 GS?
     

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