NVIDIA unveils GeForce Go 6200 graphics for mainstream
NVIDIA unveiled the new NVIDIA GeForce Go 6200 GPU for mainstream notebooks. One of the first systems featuring the novelty are Sony Vaio series S and FS. GeForce Go 6200 support PureVideo (creating home theatres based on mobile systems), Microsoft DirectX 9.0 Shader Model 3.0.
Judging by NVIDIA´s solution hierarchy, GeForce Go 6200 is one step below GeForce Go 6800. Like 6800, 6200 (and 6250) support TurboCache.
Naturally the GPU has hardware support of WMV-HD and MPEG-2. Other features include nView, Digital Vibrance Control 3.0, Unified Driver Architecture, PowerMizer 5.0, HDTV coder, OpenGL 2.0 optimizations, 2 x 400 MHz RAMDAC (2048x1536 at 85 Hz; Dual-Link DVI).
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