Re: Geforce 6200 spec?
Well calling NV43 a 8x1 Architecture is too simple, yes it physically does have 8 Pipes, but it only has 4 ROP, so it can output 4 Pixel per clock, this is fine in most cases.
NV43 though is still to expensive to be using like this on the 6200. Nvidia will probably replace it with a true 4x1 pipe part sometime in the future. Hopefully they keep the 4 ROP though. It needs at least 2 Vrtex Shaders I believe to be competitiv e to at least the X300/X600.
Yeh NV41 is rumored to replace the defective NV40 for Geforce 6800 Vanilla and LE, hopefully they clock it higher. Though I dunno if they will intorduce this part on the 110nm process.
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