PCZILLA translated a post from a Japanese hardware site that has benched the GeForce GTX 280:
GTX280 CRYSIS 1920*1200 VH Average FPS Reached to 36.81!.
Japan IT Media website today brings us the CRYSIS 1920*1200 VH test result of NVIDIA next generation flagship GeForce GTX 280 graphics card.
IT Media site had the opportunity to run GPU-Z, CPU-Z and Crysis Benchmark on the GTX 280 demo system. From the photos, we can clearly see that NVIDIA GTX 280 presentation system used Intel Core 2 Quad four-core processor, the frequency is 2.66GHz, the Crysis Benchmark with 1920 x1200 VeryHigh settings indicated that the average fps of GTX 280 graphics card reached 36.81!
Crysis benchmark should display the renderer in the top-left corner, like oZone3D.Net GPU benchmarks do. That would have been the proof the renderer used is a geforce gtx 280:
GeForce GTX 200 GPU series have four different performance/power modes:
– Idle/2D power mode: approx. 25W
– Blu-ray DVD playback mode: approx. 35W
– Full 3D performance mode: varies – worst case TDP 236W
– HybridPower mode: effectively 0W
Using a HybridPower-capable nForce motherboard, such as those based on nForce 780a or 790i chipsets, a GeForce GTX 200 GPU can be fully powered off when not performing intensive graphics operations and graphics output can be handled by the motherboard’s IGP.
The die of the GT200 GPU posted at Beyond3D forums:
We already knew NVIDIA is going to heavily promote the HD movie transcoding capabilities of its GPUs through CUDA but here are some very specific numbers. According to the slide it takes a 1.6GHz dual-core CPU 10 hours and 22 minutes to encode a 2 hour long HD movie while a 3GHz quad-core processor finishes the job in 5 hours in 33 minutes.
The same 1.6GHz dual-core system with a GeForce 9600 GT will be able to complete the job in only 49 minutes! That’s more than 12x as fast and the GeForce 9600 GT isn’t even a high-end part. I can imagine that faster GPUs like the upcoming GeForce GTX 280 will be able to do it much faster.
Here are the rumoured specifications of NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 200 series.
GeForce GTX 280: 602MHz GPU, 240 shaders, 32 ROPs, 80 texture units, 1296MHz shader processors, 1107MHz memory, 1GB memory, 512-bit memory bus, 141.7GB/s memory bandwidth, 48.2 billion/s texture fill rate, 236 W power consumption.
GeForce GTX 260: 576MHz, 191 shaders, 24 ROPs, 24 texture units, 1242MHz shader processors, 999MHz memory, 896MB memory, 448-bit memory bus, 111.9GB/s memory bandwidth, 36.9 billion/sec texture fill rate, 182 W power consumption.
GeForce GTX 280
GeForce GTX 260
From FudZilla the new flagship chip codenamed GT200 will end up with Geforce GTX 280 for the faster card.
Wait and see…