[mythtv-users] VDPAU What Are Differences Btwn GeForce 8200/8300/9300/9400 integrated?

Jean-Yves Avenard jyavenard at gmail.com
Fri Jun 19 01:45:21 UTC 2009


2009/6/19 Johnny <jarpublic at gmail.com>:
> This is basically correct except the family (8xxxx, 9xxx) refer to
> different hardware revisions (ie redesigned GPU family), not
> necessarily higher clock frequencies. Rather than going 10xxx they
> have reset and the newer family of chips are all GTX 2xx. Then the
> next numbers (and often suffixes GS, GT, etc) will give you an
> indication of relative performance within that family. So in general a
> x400 will be more powerful than an x300 or x200 chip (and I think GTX
>> GT > GS for the suffixes). However, making comparisons across
> different family of chips is difficult without actual tests. So it
> would be difficult to say if a 9300 is better than an 8400 for
> example. The overall performance depends on the overall architecture,
> the clock frequency, the memory, number of shaders, etc., so there
> isn't really a single number to look at on a spec sheet that will tell
> you which card will perform better.

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