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    Default พัฒนาการของ GeForce ตั้งแต่แรก-ปัจจุบัน ใครมีรุ่นไหนบ้างครับ

    GeForce 256
    Launched on August 31, 1999, the GeForce 256 (NV10) was the first PC graphics chip with hardware transform, lighting, and shading although 3D games utilizing this feature did not appear until later. Initial GeForce 256 boards shipped with SDR SDRAM memory, and later boards shipped with faster DDR SDRAM memory.

    GeForce2

    Launched in April 2000, the first GeForce2 (NV15) was another high-performance graphics chip. Nvidia moved to a twin texture processor per pipeline (4x2) design, doubling texture fillrate per clock compared to GeForce 256. Later, Nvidia released the GeForce2 MX (NV11), which offered performance similar to the GeForce 256 but at a fraction of the cost. The MX was a compelling value in the low/mid-range market segments and was popular with OEM PC manufacturers and users alike.

    GeForce3
    Launched in February 2001, the GeForce3 (NV20) introduced DirectX 8.0 programmable pixel shaders to the GeForce family. It had good overall performance and shader support, making it popular with enthusiasts although it never hit the midrange price point. A derivative of the GeForce3, NV2A, was developed for the Microsoft Xbox game console.

    GeForce4

    Launched in February 2002, the high-end GeForce4 Ti (NV25) was mostly a refinement to the GeForce3. The biggest advancements included enhancements to anti-aliasing capabilities, an improved memory controller, a second vertex shader, and a manufacturing process size reduction to increase clock speeds. Another "family member," the budget GeForce4 MX, was based on the GeForce2, with a few additions from the new GeForce4 Ti line. It targeted the value segment of the market and lacked pixel shaders.

    GeForce FX

    Officially launched in November 2002, the GeForce FX (NV30) was a huge change in architecture compared to its predecessors. The GPU was designed not only to support the new Shader Model 2 specification but also to perform well on older DirectX 7 and 8 titles. However, initial models suffered from weak floating point shader performance and excessive heat which required two-slot cooling solutions. Products in this series carry the 5000 model number, as it is the fifth generation of the GeForce, though Nvidia marketed the cards as GeForce FX instead of GeForce 5 to show off "the dawn of cinematic rendering".

    GeForce 6
    Launched in April 2004, the GeForce 6 (NV40) added Shader Model 3.0 support to the GeForce family, while correcting the weak floating point shader performance of its predecessor. It also implemented high dynamic range imaging and introduced SLI (Scalable Link Interface) and PureVideo capability.

    GeForce 7
    The 7th generation GeForce (G70/NV47) was launched in June 2005. The design was a refined version of GeForce 6, with the major improvements being a widened pipeline and an increase in clock speed. The GeForce 7 also offers new transparency supersampling and transparency multisampling anti-aliasing modes (TSAA and TMAA). These new anti-aliasing modes were later enabled for the GeForce 6 series as well.

    A modified version of GeForce 7800GTX called the RSX 'Reality Synthesizer' is used as the main GPU in the PlayStation 3 from Sony.

    GeForce 8
    Released on November 8, 2006, the 8th generation GeForce (G80 originally) was the first ever GPU to fully support DirectX 10. Built on a brand new architecture, it has a fully unified shader architecture. Originally just the 8800GTX, the GTS was released months into the product line's life, and it took nearly 6 months for mid-range and OEM/mainstream cards to be integrated into the 8-series. Die-shrinks and revisions to the G80 design, codenamed G92, were implemented into the 8 series with the 8800GS, the 8800GT, and 8800GTS-512.

    GeForce 9 / GeForce 100 Series

    The successor to the GeForce 8 series graphics products. The first product was released on February 21, 2008.[3] No concrete information about the products was known except officials claiming the next generation products having close to 1 TFLOPS performance while the GPU cores being made on 65 nm process, and reports about Nvidia downplaying the significance of DirectX 10.1.[4] So far, all 9-series designs, both currently-out and speculated, are simply revisions to existing late 8-series products. The 9600GT uses the G94 architecture, which differs from G92 architecture as the GPU has 64 stream processors.[5] The 9800GX2 uses two G92 GPU's, as used in later 8800 cards, in a dual PCB configuration while still only requiring a single PCI-Express 16x slot. The 9800GX2 utilises two separate 256-bit memory busses, one for each GPU and its respective 512MB of memory, which equates to an overall of 1GB of memory on the card (although the SLI configuration of the chips necessitates mirroring the frame buffer between the two chips, thus effectively having the memory performance of a 256-bit/512MB configuration). The later 9800GTX features a single G92 GPU, 256-bit data bus, and 512MB of GDDR3 memory[6].

    GeForce GTX 200

    Based on the GT200 graphics processor consisting of 1.4 Billion transistors, the GTX 200 series launched at 0630 PDT on 16 June 2008.[7] The next generation of the GeForce series takes the card-naming scheme in a controversial new direction, by replacing the series number (such as 8800 for 8-series cards) with the GTX acronym (which used to go at the end of card names, denoting their 'rank' among other similar models), and then adding model-numbers such as 260 and 280 after that. The GTX could be interpreted as 10000, as the predecessor was 9000, and the Roman Numeral X is also representative of 10, which could translate as: GeForce 200 could also be read as 10200.[8] The series will feature the new GT200 core on a 65nm.[9] The first products will be GeForce GTX 260 and the more expensive GeForce GTX 280.[10]
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    เล่นมาหมดทุกตัวแล้วครับ

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    ท่านข้างบนนี่ถ้าจะรัก Nvidia จริงๆเลยเนาะ เล่นซะทุกตัวเลย

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    MX200 > MX440 > FX5200 > 6200 > 6600 > 6600GT > 6800GS > 7600GT > 9600GSO > 8800GT

    ปัจจุบัน 6600 AGP

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    GeForce 256-GeForce2mx-GeForce2mx400-3Ti500-440mx-fx5200-6200-6600Gt-7300GT-8800GT-9600GT

    ผ่านมาหมด เหมือนกันเลยแหะ

    ขาด GeForce GTX 200 -*- ไม่มีตัง
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    gf 5200,5500,8500,9800
    ตอนนี้ 4850
    Last edited by wit10934; 11 Dec 2008 at 23:39:50.

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    4mx>>> 8600GT >>> GTX280

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    กำ พอดีเล่นตั้งแต่ TNT2 M64 Deluxe ด้วย (แพงchipหายเลยตอนนั้น)

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    GF2MX - GF2GTS - GF6200 - GF6800GS -GF7300GT GF7600GS GF7900GS -GF8500GT

    ตอนนี้ใช้ ATi

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    GeForce2 >>> GeForce4 >>> GeForce8 >>> GTX200

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    เล่น2สายน่ะครับ
    nvidia-riva tnt2-gf2mx-gf4mx-gffx5200-6150-6200le-7015-8400mgs
    ATIrage64-7100-9250-9600pro-x1650-hd2600pro-hd3850-hd4670
    ตามการใช้งานอ่ะครับไม่ค่อยใช้ตัวแรงๆเท่าไหร่

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    ATI9250----XFX9600GSO----HIS4850----ปัจจุบัน กะลาสี9800GX2---อนาคต 4870X2....กำ....

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    TNT2 > MX4000 > R9250> FX5200 > 8600M Gs > 9600GT

    เคยเปลี่ยนไปใช้ ATI ครั้งนึง จึงรู้เลยว่า เราเกิดมาเพื่อ nVIDIA หึหึ

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    ของผม GeForce4 MX4000AGP>>>ATI9250AGP>>>ปัจุบัน XFX9500GT

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    คนงบน้อย หมดโอกาสแรง

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    มาทันตอน MX440 ตอนนี้ใช้ VooDoo (อิอิหนักกว่าเก่านี้หว่า)

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    ผมเล่น VooDoo 3 อะครับ ตอนนั้น

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    ผมเล่น mx200-400 Fx5200 Fx5500 fx5700 fx5900 6600gt 9800gt+
    ปัจจุบัน เหลือ 2ตัว คือ fx5700 9800gt+ ของ asusทั้งสองตัวครับ
    ตอนนี้ m-2 crosshair พัง เลยเอา socket A มาเล่นก่อนจ้า
    ไม่เคยใช้ ATI ครับ

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    ผมก้อ FX5200 6600 7900GS 9800GTX+ แค่นี้ล่ะครับ แต่การ์ดจอที่ขายไปแล้วคือ FX5200
    นอกนั้นอยู่ครบหมดเลยครับ

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    mx200 / mx400 /mx440 / fx5200 /6600 /6600gt /7300gt / 7900gs / 8600gt / 8800gt
    ล่าสุดเหลือ mx200 / 8600gt /8800gt

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