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    Saiu as especificações da nova linha de baixo custo de Nvidia (fotos e tech spec)

    Back in November 2002, we previewed the GeForce FX 5800 Ultra, NVIDIA's latest high-end enthusiast card, which is yet to be seen in stores. Now four months later, we're introducting to you its offsprings - GeForce FX 5200 Ultra and GeForce FX 5600 Ultra. There'll also be non-Ultra versions the 5200 Ultra, as well as a non-Ultra 5800. The non-Ultras are the slower clocked of the Ultra brethen, therefore costs less and gives a little less performance.

    To lessen confusion, I'll put in a table each cards, what they're aimed at, and their respective pricepoints/MSRP:



    Segment Card Price
    Hardcore 5800 Ultra $399+
    Enthusiast 5800 $299
    Performance 5600 $199
    Mainstream 5200 Ultra $149
    Value 5200 $99

    The 5600 Ultra is the successor to the Ti4400 and Ti4200, whilst the 5200 Ultra and non-Ultra are the MX's. As you can see, NVIDIA are no longer using the MX name for their mainstream/value cards. The beauty of the 5600 and 5200 cards are that they both support all DirectX 9 features, nothing has been cut out, so you can soon get a DirectX 9 video card for less than $100.

    As you can see below in the picture, the 5600 and 5200 Ultra's will have a standard cooling system of an aluminium heatsink and a thermal fan to keep the GPU cool, whilst the memory modules themselves are exposed. They don't get hot enough to warrant any ramsinks anyways. There's also a power connector that you'll need to plug in (from the power supply) to achieve best results. If you forget to plug it in, it will throttle down the graphics core and memory clock speeds and not run at peak performance.



    Features

    GeForce FX 5600 Ultra:

    Full GeForce FX feature support – including DX9 vertex & pixel shader 2. 0+
    High precision rendering – up to128-bit floating point color
    Performance 2x GeForce4 Ti Performance with AA
    4 pipelines
    Lossless Color & Z Compression
    Z Occlusion Culling
    3rd Generation nView Integrated TV- encoder, TMDS transmitters
    Dual integrated 400 MHz Ramdacs
    Integrated full hardware MPEG- 2 decoder
    AGP8x


    GeForce FX 5200 Ultra:

    Full GeForce FX feature support – including DX9 vertex & pixel shader 2.0+
    High precision rendering – up to128-bit floating point color
    2X GeForce4 MX performance
    DX9 optimizations and support
    AGP 8X enables up to 2. 1GB/ sec bandwidth
    Integrated TV- encoder, TMDS transmitters
    Dual integrated 350 MHz RAMDACs
    Integrated full hardware MPEG- 2 decoder
    HDTV Support

    Ou seja ao contrário do que muitos falaram essas placas tem suporte ao DX9.

    Roleto pro Deker e para o pessoal do [Para efeito de direitos autorais o nome que você digitou esta sendo substituído por este texto]


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    Interessante.

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    quando fala em baixo custo d nvidia já me assusta,
    me lembra suas linhas "MX"

    -sigh-

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    Vai competir com R9600 e cia...

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