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nVidia's HSI and PCI Express Plan Documentation

By: Cameron Wilmot | Editorials in Video Cards | Posted: Mar 23, 2004 5:00 am

GeForce PCX Family Documentation


In this section we will look at nVidia's new range of GeForce PCX PCI Express products which will become available next month or soon there after. The slides also give us a run down on the benefits of PCI Express and follow up to HSI. All we will do is explain briefly about each slide where we feel clarification is needed.


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Explanation: The opening page.



Explanation: This slide briefly explains what is PCI Express and the provided benefits of the new bus standard.



Explanation: This slide shows the differences between AGP and PCI Express.



Explanation: This slide shows nVidia's new range of PCI Express compliant GeForce graphics cards which will be available through their partners next month.



Explanation: This slide just offers a run down on HSI based on what you saw in the first section.



Explanation: Here we see more how on HSI can bring PCI Express to any AGP GPU and visa versa. This is a big plus for nVidia.



Explanation: And finally this slide tells us the GeForce PCX advantage over its competition according to nVidia. I would go along with most of that but you can be sure ATI, VIA S3, XGI and others aren't sitting idle either.


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