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    Default Guide GPU สำหรับผู้ที่จะเลือกซื้อ NB คับ เอามา่ให้ดู

    credit chaz จาก www.notebookreview.com
    1.Integrated Graphics Processors

    What are Integrated Graphics Processors (IGPs)? They are a simple graphics controller located on the motherboard. IGPs (with few exceptions) do not have their own memory and cannot play complex 3D games. Integrated graphics cards are not for gaming – office work, DVD watching, and web surfing is near the limit of their capabilities. They can be found in almost any size notebook, from those with a 10.6” screen to 17”. Advantages of an IGP include low power consumption and virtually no heat.

    Although IGP performance is for the most part irrelevant, they are rated below from lowest-performing to highest:
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    Intel GMA900
    Intel GMA950
    ATI Radeon Xpress 200M
    Nvidia GeForce Go6150
    ATI Radeon Xpress 1150

    Intel always has the worst IGPs performance-wise. The GeForce Go6150 and Radeon X200M are very similar in performance, while the X1150 improves on them by about 30% in terms of overall performance.
    IGPs have no memory of their own – they borrow it from the main system memory. Some IGPs, such as the Radeon X200M/X1150 can have some dedicated memory (64-128MB max.), but that is not common.

    2.Low-end Video Cards

    Even if you are a non-gamer, it is probably in your best interest to get a notebook that has a low-end video card. The reasoning behind this is because:
    A. They have their own dedicated memory to use, and will not share with your main system RAM as a standard integrated card will.
    B. Low-end video cards have technologies that smooth out video playback and DVDs.

    Low-end video cards can be found in notebooks ranging from 12” to 17”. If you are looking for an ultraportable (12” and less), then you probably won't get a dedicated card. It is not a huge deal if you don't have a dedicated card, it is simply a nice feature to have.

    From lowest to highest performance:
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    Nvidia GeForce Go6200
    Nvidia GeForce Go7200
    ATI Mobility Radeon X300
    Nvidia GeForce Go7300
    ATI Mobility Radeon X1300

    Newer notebooks with dual-core processors will have the Radeon X1300 and GeForce Go7300; the X300 and Go6200 are previous-generation parts and were replaced by them.

    3.Mid-range Video Cards

    Mid-range video cards have enough power to play the latest games at comfortable and enjoyable settings. You won't be able to push the settings to maximum, but overall are well-rounded cards. They do not produce a lot of heat nor require a lot of power, and can be found in notebooks from 12” to 17”.

    From lowest to highest performance:

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    Nvidia GeForce Go6400
    ATI Mobility Radeon X600
    Nvidia GeForce Go7400
    ATI Mobility Radeon X1400
    Newer, dual-core notebooks will have the Radeon X1400 and Nvidia GeForce Go7400. They replaced the X600 and Go6400 respectively.

    4.Performance Video Cards

    Now we're talking. Hardcore gamers and those looking for the best visual experience in a 15.4” or smaller notebook should target these cards. They can be found in anything from a 14” to a 17” notebook, and have ample power to play the latest games at the highest settings or close to it. Power consumption is higher than that of the mid-range cards, but still balanced. It is not hard to find a notebook with one of these cards that still has good (3+ hours) battery life.

    From lowest to highest performance:

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    Nvidia GeForce Go6600
    ATI Mobility Radeon X700
    Nvidia GeForce Go7600
    ATI Mobility Radeon X1600

    The ATI Radeon X1600 and GeForce Go7600 are found in newer dual-core notebooks, and replaced the X700 and Go6600 respectively.

    5.High-end Video Cards

    If you are looking for the best possible performance in a notebook, the below cards are the fastest out there. You won't find them in anything short of a 17” notebook. They have considerably power requirements and produce equally high amounts of heat, hence the 17” size notebook is needed to house a cooling system for them. High-end video cards can handle all the latest games at high resolutions and maximum settings.

    From lowest to highest performance:

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    Nvidia GeForce Go7800
    ATI Mobility Radeon X1800
    Nvidia GeForce Go7900GS
    Nvidia GeForce Go7800GTX
    ATI Mobility Radeon X1800XT
    Nvidia GeForce Go7900GTX

    All of these cards can be found in newer dual-core notebooks. ATI's high-end cards are always hard to find.


    Section 2: What kind of video card do I need?

    If.....
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    -You don't play games
    -You want the best battery life
    -Portability is very important
    ....Then you are looking for a notebook with integrated graphics.

    If.....
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    -You don't need the best visual graphics, but just want to play occasional games
    ....Then a low-end video card should serve you well. Mid-range will also do, but not entirely necessary.

    If.....
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    -Your gaming needs are moderate, you want to balance visual quality and don't want to spend a lot
    ....Then a mid-range card would suit you best.

    If....
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    -You are a frequent gamer and want to enjoy a game at higher settings
    -You want to retain some portability and battery life
    .....Then a performance-class video card is what to shoot for.

    If....
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    -You want to play the latest games on the highest settings
    -Portability and battery life aren't the highest priorities
    ....Then you're looking at a high-end card and a 17”+ notebook.

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    แปลเป็นไทยได้ป่าวคับ อย่าทรมารคนไม่เก่งอิงค์เลย

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    หลักๆเค้าจะแบ่ง GPUs เป็นหลายๆ parts คับ ๖รายละเอียดไม่ต้องไปสนใจมาก) แต่ละ part ก็มีเรียงลำดับจากแรงน้อยสุดไปมากสุด

    1. คือ integrated GPUs เป็นพวกแรงน้อยสุด เล่นเกมส์แทบไม่ได้แต่ีประหยัดพลังงาน + ถูก

    2. คือ low-end GPUs พอเล่นเกมส์ได้บ้าง ไม่สวยงาม เช่น C&C generals, CS Source, Civ IV
    3. คือ mid-range GPUs เล่นเกมส์พวก Doom3, BF2, Far Cry ได้ความละเอีัยดระดับหนึ่ง พบใน NB ที่มีจอ 14.1-15.4 นิ้ว หนัก 1.5-3 kg

    4. คือ performance-mainstream ประสิทธิภาพสูง แต่ไม่กินไฟมาก เล่นเกมส์ Doom 3, HL 2, Far Cry แบบ high-quality ได้ เจอใน NB รุ่นสูงๆ เช่น Acer Ferrari, Asus A8j, MacBook Pro ส่วนใหญ่จะเจอ 15.4 หรือ 15.1 หนัก 2.5-3 kg
    5. คือ ็High-end GPUs แรงสูงสุด เล่นเกมส์หนักๆได้สบายๆ แต่กินไฟมาก แพงมาก เจอใน NB ที่ผลิดแบบพิเศษ จากพวก Alienware, Falcon Northwest ราคาเกินแสน จอแบบ 17-19 นิ้ว หนัก 5kg ขึ้นไป

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    จดๆครับ ความรู้ๆ

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    ati 200 m
    กับ
    ati 1100

    นี่อันไหนแรงกว่ากันเหรอครับ

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    โอ้ตาลายเลย

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    Xpress 1100 แรงกว่า 200M นิดหน่อยคับ ในขณะที่ 1150 แรงสุด

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    7700 อยู่ระดับไหนครับ

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    Quote Originally Posted by ผู้มาเยือนเดเดเ View Post
    7700 อยู่ระดับไหนครับ

    ระดับสูงครับ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beaver_XT View Post
    ระดับสูงครับ


    performance-mainstream หรือ High-end GPUs อะครับ

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    7700 go/X1700 เป็น performance ครับ เพราะพวกนี้ถือว่าเป็น 7600/X1600 ที่แรงขึ้นมาอีกหน่อย (clock speed สูงกว่า)
    พวก high-end GPUs จะเป็น 7800-7900/X1800 ขึ้นไปทั้งนั้น พวกนี้หาได้ยาก(มาก) เจอในแต่ NB เครื่องใหญ่ๆจอ 17 นิ้วขึ้นไปเท่านั้น

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    แอบจดไว้เรียบร้อยแล้ว...


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