NVIDIA nForce4 with integrated grafics core
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[quote]If one gives the Geruechtekue TheInquirer believes, then in the spring 2005 a nForce4 variant with integrated diagram core expects us. Since an integration is too complicated into single chip a solution, NVIDIA will have to build again on two chips. The complete chip set hears on the name Crush51 (C51G), whereas the Southbridge with name MCP05 offers the support for Serial ATA II and High definition sound. In the Northbridge a diagram core on basis of the NV44 will be contained, which is to be portiert as GeForce 6200TC (turbo Cache) also on the Desktop. By the Unified MEMORY Architecture (UMA) supplies itself the IGP from main storage with the necessary diagram memory. Like always the CeBit offers itself 2005 as release and/or date for the conception.[/quote]
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If one gives the Geruechtekue TheInquirer believes, then in the spring 2005 a nForce4 variant with integrated diagram core expects us. Since an integration is too complicated into single chip a solution, NVIDIA will have to build again on two chips. The complete chip set hears on the name Crush51 (C51G), whereas the Southbridge with name MCP05 offers the support for Serial ATA II and High definition sound. In the Northbridge a diagram core on basis of the NV44 will be contained, which is to be portiert as GeForce 6200TC (turbo Cache) also on the Desktop. By the Unified MEMORY Architecture (UMA) supplies itself the IGP from main storage with the necessary diagram memory. Like always the CeBit offers itself 2005 as release and/or date for the conception.

#1
Posted 12/12/2004 02:57 PM   
[quote name='don' date='Dec 12 2004, 07:57 AM'][url="http://www.hardwareluxx.de/story.php?id=1622"]http://www.hardwareluxx.de/story.php?id=1622[/url]

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As a gamer, I would [u]NEVER[/u] buy an integrated graphics solution motherboard. No one seeking performance would IMO.
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As a gamer, I would NEVER buy an integrated graphics solution motherboard. No one seeking performance would IMO.

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#2
Posted 12/12/2004 03:04 PM   
especially since it uses RAM id never buy it
especially since it uses RAM id never buy it

#3
Posted 12/12/2004 03:12 PM   
Believe it or not, the strides that are being made with onboard are amazing. What you may very well find that, as a budget solution, there will be viable alternatives in the onboard sector. Intel, for example, has come a long way with their IGP, and continue to R&D to improve upon it.
Believe it or not, the strides that are being made with onboard are amazing. What you may very well find that, as a budget solution, there will be viable alternatives in the onboard sector. Intel, for example, has come a long way with their IGP, and continue to R&D to improve upon it.

#4
Posted 12/12/2004 06:00 PM   
[quote name='Quakindude' date='Dec 13 2004, 01:04 AM']As a gamer, I would [u]NEVER[/u] buy an integrated graphics solution motherboard. No one seeking performance would IMO.
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xli is next generation sli mainboard. U get sli chips on mainboard more bandwith than pci express with hypertransport 3
[quote name='Quakindude' date='Dec 13 2004, 01:04 AM']As a gamer, I would NEVER buy an integrated graphics solution motherboard. No one seeking performance would IMO.

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xli is next generation sli mainboard. U get sli chips on mainboard more bandwith than pci express with hypertransport 3

#5
Posted 12/12/2004 07:19 PM   
[quote name='NyoOnimusha22' date='Dec 12 2004, 11:19 AM']xli is next generation sli mainboard.  U get sli chips on mainboard more bandwith than pci express with hypertransport 3
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[quote name='NyoOnimusha22' date='Dec 12 2004, 11:19 AM']xli is next generation sli mainboard.  U get sli chips on mainboard more bandwith than pci express with hypertransport 3

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#6
Posted 12/12/2004 08:01 PM   
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Nv44 has turbo cache memory architecture someone in another post said that they are putting Nv44 core on nforce 4
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Nv44 has turbo cache memory architecture someone in another post said that they are putting Nv44 core on nforce 4

#7
Posted 12/12/2004 09:43 PM   
Yes, but will it out perform my 6800GT? I think not. Integrated solutions have a LONG way to go to be a viable option for the intense gamer.
Yes, but will it out perform my 6800GT? I think not. Integrated solutions have a LONG way to go to be a viable option for the intense gamer.

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#8
Posted 12/13/2004 02:20 AM   
[quote name='Quakindude' date='Dec 13 2004, 12:20 PM']Yes, but will it out perform my 6800GT? I think not. Integrated solutions have a LONG way to go to be a viable option for the intense gamer.
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amd announced hyper transport 3
[quote name='Quakindude' date='Dec 13 2004, 12:20 PM']Yes, but will it out perform my 6800GT? I think not. Integrated solutions have a LONG way to go to be a viable option for the intense gamer.

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amd announced hyper transport 3

#9
Posted 12/13/2004 02:34 AM   
No, it probably won't be faster than a similarly spec'd graphics card would be just because of the shared memory setup. No(reasonable) person really expects that from integrated graphics anyway though, and that's also not to say it won't be competitive. If it's going to be based on the NV44 that sets the bar pretty high.
No, it probably won't be faster than a similarly spec'd graphics card would be just because of the shared memory setup. No(reasonable) person really expects that from integrated graphics anyway though, and that's also not to say it won't be competitive. If it's going to be based on the NV44 that sets the bar pretty high.

#10
Posted 12/13/2004 04:53 AM   
Fact to note: Intel Extreme Graphics 2 will play EQII (granted, it's a bit slow, and requires lower resolutions, but it works).
Fact to note: Intel Extreme Graphics 2 will play EQII (granted, it's a bit slow, and requires lower resolutions, but it works).

#11
Posted 12/13/2004 05:00 AM   
I played Doom III on an nForce2 IGP (NV17 AKA GeForce4 MX). IIRC at 640x480 it could get 19-23 FPS in the timedemo.
I played Doom III on an nForce2 IGP (NV17 AKA GeForce4 MX). IIRC at 640x480 it could get 19-23 FPS in the timedemo.

#12
Posted 12/13/2004 07:33 AM   
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