Nvidia's GT212 in 40nm - faked details coming around
First details about Nvidia's future GT212 GPU have been captured on a GPU-Z shot - with most questionable content.
But unfortunately there are several problems:
• GPU-Z is dependent on its database in some parts and can only read some details if the chip is supported explicitly.
• Incidentally the 40 nm chip is supposed to have the same Die size as the GT200 in 65 nanometers (with the same number of transistors)
• Some values are mathematically impossible (bandwidth, pixel fillrate, texture fillrate)
• The ratio between ALU to TMU would be 4.94:1... (without words)
• The clock of the alleged GDDR5 RAM is lower than the minimal available clock speed
• The position of several characters and digits is incorrect
Nevertheless we didn't want to keep that screenshot back from you and hope that you have as much fun as we had when we saw it. Furthermore you are warned now if the shot is posted without explanation somewhere on the web.
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