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  1. evil bill New Member

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    is the X1800GTO in the right place if its being done in performance order?

    I can see how with a 12 pipe R520 it might be perform amongst the 16 pipe X800XTs, but I don't understand how the X1300 and X1600s are further down the list and deemed "better".

    I wondered if there was a "generational gap" between the X8xx and X1xxx series but then it woudl be amongst the other R520s? :confused:
  2. Assimilator1 New Member

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    Don't they just list them as they are released?
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    so when do the new ati card get updated into the gpu database:D???
  4. evil bill New Member

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    it says this at the top

    Below you will find a reference list of most current video cards around today.

    Default sort order is by performance, you can change sorting by clicking on the column header.

    Comments or requests to add a missing video card to the database can be posted here.



    To be fair, its mostly correct - the difficulty is in comparing cards of different generation's. An x1300 has SM3 and you could argue is more advanced than a X850XT PE in this respect but the X850 would destroy it in any real world app.

    The X1800GTO just doesn't seem to fit in where it is given its feature set
  5. chriswatch New Member

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    perhaps you can get this?

    NVIDIA GeForce FX 5200
  6. evil bill New Member

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    Its already there - 7th down in the NVIDIA list :confused:
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    pt not a suicide-bomber

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    no 8500gt, 8600gt, 8600gts :/
  8. chriswatch New Member

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    does geforce make anydifference because there seems to be 3 different types of fx 5200.s there... running a windows xp here came with the computer
  9. evil bill New Member

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    GeForce is NVIDIAs brand name for its mainstream Graphics Processing Units (GPUs). It is used to create a distinction between its other GPUs such as the Quadro (Workstation) GoForce (PDA, Smartphones).

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nvidia
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    Hi, My card isn't on there. It's a sapphire radeon X800GT AGP with an R420 core running at 475Mhz with 256mb GDDR3 samsung 2.0ns memory running at 493Mhz. So same as PCI express X800GT but different model GPU. Or looking at it another way it's an X800SE overclocked from the factory. (it actually says X800SE on the chip)
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  11. pt

    pt not a suicide-bomber

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    no x1650 series
  12. HookeyStreet

    HookeyStreet Eat, sleep, game!

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    I couldnt find the 'X1950GT 256mb PCI-E' on the list, could you add it please :D
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    AGP version also not there
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    There's 9600 Pro 256 MB now. Not that any of you rich guys care ;)
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    hi i've been linked to this list a couple of times as its been hard to find info on my ATI Mobility Radion X1400 as its usually the x1300 or x1600, but found most info on the ATI website it seems. I can't interpret all of it though so maybe a little help. http://ati.amd.com/products/MobilityRadeonx1400/index.html says:
    "with the dedicated 90-nanometer process Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) with an ultra-threaded 3D architecture, ring-bus memory controller, and a native 16x PCI Express® bus interface. Render lifelike 3D characters and scenes with any OpenGL® and DirectX® 9 game and enjoy astonishing effects with full DirectX® 9 Shader Model 3.0 support."
    "high-speed 128-bit 4-channel DDR/DDR2/GDDR3 RAM support. "
    "4 pixel shader pipelines and 2 vertex processors"
    also i use a Dell Inspiron 6400 1gb ram 2ghz dualcore2 and the x1400 is 256mb
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    nobody added my spicy x1650xt!
  17. Finsk New Member

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    Hi, the Nvidia Ge-Force 7600GT AGP Version is missing...
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    Hi can you please add ATI Radeon X1400 (256MB). This is used in Dell Inspiron 6400
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    Name NVIDIA GeForce 7600 GS Pci-e
    Adapter RAM 512.00 MB (536,870,912 bytes)
    Bits/Pixel 32
    Factory clock:
    core bus:400Mhz
    memory bus: 270Mhz

    Thats all the info i found in control panel/system info but this card is missing from ur list in aspect of being 512 mb pci-e..rest of the 7x family is there

    clock settings i use:

    [​IMG]
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  20. revin

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    Gainward released a third '7800 GS'

    Quote "In late 2006 Gainward released a third '7800 GS' card with 20 pixel shaders running at 500 MHz core and 1400 MHz memory called the "BLISS GS-GLH".[14] This card is also based on the 7900 GS core"

    I am now the prowd owner of one of these very rare special units.:rockout:
    The box say's Gainward Bliss 7800GS+ Golden Sample
    512 Special Edition
    GLH
    It's also appearent that the "7800" label is applied over the orgional printing on the box!! As is the addition of the "512 Special Edition"


    Mabey call it a 7800GS+512 Bliss GLH Rev.3?
    http://forums.techpowerup.com/showthread.php?p=498102&posted=1#post498102

    AGP 8x: Gainward GeForce 7800 GS AGP ]

    Graphics Processor Properties:
    Video Adapter Gainward GeForce 7800 GS AGP
    BIOS Version 5.71.22.12.03
    GPU Code Name G71GSAGP
    PCI Device 10DE-00F5 / 10B0-0801
    Transistors 278 million
    Process Technology 90 nm
    Die Size 196 mm2
    Bus Type AGP 8x @ 8x
    Memory Size 512 MB
    GPU Clock (Geometric Domain) 586 MHz (original: 500 MHz, overclock: 17%)
    GPU Clock (Shader Domain) 586 MHz (original: 500 MHz, overclock: 17%)
    GPU Clock (ROP Domain) 586 MHz (original: 500 MHz, overclock: 17%)
    RAMDAC Clock 400 MHz
    Pixel Pipelines 20
    TMU Per Pipeline 1
    Vertex Shaders 7 (v3.0)
    Pixel Shaders 20 (v3.0)
    DirectX Hardware Support DirectX v9.0c
    Pixel Fillrate 11720 MPixel/s
    Texel Fillrate 11720 MTexel/s

    Memory Bus Properties:
    Bus Type GDDR3
    Bus Width 256-bit
    Real Clock 801 MHz (DDR) (original: 700 MHz, overclock: 14%)
    Effective Clock 1602 MHz
    Bandwidth 50.1 GB/s

    nVIDIA ForceWare Clocks:
    Standard 2D GPU: 450 MHz, Memory: 801 MHz
    Low-Power 3D GPU: 500 MHz, Memory: 801 MHz
    Performance 3D GPU: 585 MHz, Memory: 801 MHz
    Last edited: Oct 19, 2007
  21. revin

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    Quadro NVS 280 PCI-E is not recognized.When I launch GPU-Z,it just show me a memory written error.
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    i bought a comp 2.4 core 2 duo, 2 gb ram ddr2 667 , 7500le 256 512 expandable vcard and i am looking to upgrade with a midrange card and the Nvidea 8500GT 512mb ddr2 looked to be a nice replacement but i do not see the specs on it in the gpu data base i was wondering if anyone could help me on this:)
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    This with 512MB of memory instead of 256MB. The exact memory speed would vary depending on manufacturer.
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    NV44AGP

    Nvidia Corp (ASUSTeK Computer Inc)
    Model : NVIDIA GeForce 6200
    Bus Type : AGP
    Total Memory : 128 MB
    Processor : GeForce 6200
    Converter : Integrated RAMDAC
    Bus : 64-bit
    Memory Type : DDR
    GPU Frequency : initial : 350 MHz
    Memory Frequency : initial : 400 MHz
    Pixel Pipelines : 4
    Vertex Pipelines : 3
    Pixel Shader Version : 3.0

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