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NVIDIA introduces its new mobile graphics GeForce FX Go5700

Yesterday in Las Vegas, NV the largest annual event, Comdex Fall 2003, has started promising to bring as many novelties as it always does. To this exhibition NVIDIA has dated the announcement of its GeForce FX Go5700 mobile GPU positioned on top in company´s mobile graphics series and pushing the formerly leading GeForce FX Go5650 to the second place.

The new model significantly differs from the previous solution:

Feature 5700 5650 5600 5200 5100
CineFX Engine 2.0 X
CineFX Engine X X X X
Intellisample HCT X
Intellisample X X
UltraShadow X
nView Multi-Display X X X X X
128-Bit Color X X X X X
DX9 Support X X X X X
VPE 3.0 X
VPE 2.0 X X X X
PowerMizer 4.0 X
PowerMizer 3.0 X X X X
Memory Interface 128-bit 128-bit 128-bit 128-bit 64-bit
Micron Process 0.13 0.13 0.13 0.15 0.15

As you can see, the new GPU has 350MHz clock speed comparing to the previous 325MHz, but the same 600MHz DDR clock. Besides, the improved core is now based on the desktop GeForce FX 5700. Similar to the latter, GeForce FX Go5700 is produced at IBM Microelectronics´ facilities using 0.13m process.

GeForce FX Go5700 has three geometry engines, doubled floating-point instructions per second, and is company´s first mobile GPU to support Ultra Shadow technology. It also supports the new PowerMizer 4.0 with NVIDIA SmartDimmer power consumption management system.

GPU typical power consumption is 8W, the core requires 1.1V (vs. the previous 1.18V). The chip is packed into the same G2 body sized 31x31mm.

GeForce FX Go5700 is already sampling to OEM and ODM partners, volume production is scheduled to December 2003. Therefore we should expect a wave of announcements early in Q1 2004.

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