PowerMac with New NVIDIA GeForce4 Titanium

in Current Mac Hardware edited January 2014
Well, what is the skinny on this newly posted upgrade to the PowerMac available on built to order in 6-8 weeks and all this business with listing 2 monitor buy options?

The NVIDIA GeForce4 Titanium is also offered as a configure-to-order option. This card incorporates the fourth generation GPU from NVIDIA, and delivers unprecedented visual effects and sizzling frame rates. Built on the nFiniteFX II engine, the Ti card offers unprecedented programmability for developers of games and pro applications, allowing them to achieve new levels of realism by having much more control over how objects appear. Performance is also faster because the processing is done completely in the GPU, rather than in the CPU.

The GeForce4 Titanium specs are stunning. The LightSpeed II memory architecture uses 128MB of fast DDR RAM more efficiently than ever allowing it to achieve impressive statistics. It delivers a theoretical memory throughput of 10.56 gigabytes/sec, which can deliver over 87 million triangles and over 4.9 billion textured pixels (texels) per second. Using the latest 13 micron manufacturing process it delivers 63 million transistors and can deliver over 1.23 trillion operations/sec. For serious gamers and customer using high-end 3D applications there is simply no better graphics solution available for a personal computer.

Dual Display. Each card offers built-in dual display support in two useful modes. Extended Desktop mode allows users to work on two monitors at once for increased desktop real-estate (and increased productivity). Video mirroring is useful when presenting, so you can see the same image on a projector that you're seeing on your Apple display. The Radeon 7500 and GeForce4 MX cards can drive an ADC based Apple flat panel as well as any device with a VGA connector by simply attaching both monitors. The new GeForce4 Titanium card contains both an ADC port as well as a DVI port and can drive two ADC monitors with the addition of a third-party DVI-I to ADC adapter, such as the Dr. Bott DVIator adapter. The GeForce4 Titanium card also ships with a DVI to VGA adapter to connect VGA monitors to the card's DVI port. [quote] <hr></blockquote> :eek:


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    cubitcubit Posts: 846member
    Alright! I see that there are already two threads on this topic. Please move it over and forgive me.

    I have been so concentrating on the arrival of my new iMac G4 that I missed the update on the PowerMacs. <img src="graemlins/embarrassed.gif" border="0" alt="[Embarrassed]" />
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