Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by T4C Fantasy, Aug 24, 2012.
added all MSI Hawk series cards and ZOTAC AMP! series cards
huge update to the db, Fermi/Kepler fillrates are now 100% accurate, in fact its more accurate then most websites on the internet now.
its still in beta because changes have not been forked over to retail cards yet
- added Compute Units to all amd/ati gpus with CUs
- added SM/SMX's to all NVidia gpus with SM/SMX's <-- 98% complete
GT200 series at 40nm still need SMs added, the Tesla architecture I s a confusing one because everyone says something different about it so in order to get 100% accuracy we need to find the correct one.
u can see how much the fill rates have changed with the new system
Pixel rate crossover is the correct fillrate
the crossed out stat is the original the main stat is still not forked over so for now u can see just how much different the fillrates have changed when displayed with 100% accuracy
Thats a pretty sweet work man, i just wish more people knew about this great tool or at least came here to give you some feedback. You deserve much more thanks for all you've done so far.
also added Vertex operations for older cards, and is now synced with any retail boards attached to it
now Fermi/kepler based cards are synced to retail boards
40nm Tesla's are done to the best of my knowldge. I had to go on slightly unreliable information.
A quick note on Fermi and Kepler pixel fillrates since people will be wondering:
Fermi SM's process two pixels per clock. A stock 480 (15 SM's enabled) for example would produce 15 x 2 x 700MHz = 21 GPixels/s.
Kepler SM's process four pixels per clock. A stock 670 (7 SM's enabled) for example would produce 7 x 4 x 915MHz = 25.62 GPixels/s. (not including boost clock)
There are a number of other factors to consider but in general this formula is correct.
improved some more GPU pics and I replaced some lidded gpus to show you what they look like on the inside of that IHS
many rare and unique gpus added, visit Rare GPUs / Unreleased GPUs thread to see them, and improved ATI/AMD mobile generation sorting, using proper gen names.
cleaned up amds index listing for desktop and mobile
the ability to see how much of an overclock percentage has been added to all retail boards with overclocked clocks, heres a link to 1 with an example
im currently about half way done with converting NVidia mobile gpu names to proper codenames here is the list
Thanks man, wish you a happy new year!
added 8k series amd cards, please note that hd 8970 OEM is exactly what it says it is, its the OEM version not retail, there WILL be a retail version which will use the GCN2/sea islands architecture
also added cleaner links to my signature for instant access to gpu db and threads relating to
Sweet work man, thank you.
added a few 700M series cards and going way back to 1995 edge 3d series cards many picture optimizations of hundreds of cards since I last posted.
cards now have the ability to show part numbers here is an example of what it will look like
this will improve search querys when people search for gpus by part number
part numbers for all desktop gpus listed in the database almost completed
Looking better and better with each new update man, thanks!
added the GTX TITAN, GT 625, GT 635, GTX 650Ti OEM, and much more since last update to this thread, only pics for TITAN is up with its gpu chip, just refresh page if you have already seen it to see the new pics.
Oh yeah the Titan is going to be such a monster, sadly too expensive to be worth the money but still what a beast!
Thanks for the hardwork Fantasy!
With the release of the GTX TITAN this post should be upset.
new gpus added that were missed before, also labeled under Very Rare GPUs...
HD 4570 RV635
HD 4570 RV710
Damn did those exist?
yes, and have been validated in the gpu-z database which means people have to have had these cards and submitted them, so the clocks on all but the HD 5690 are correct, no one has validated he 5690 but there are a few places that shows it exists.
Pretty good find man!
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