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  • n. A performance metric measuring the number of units fulfilled as a percentage of the total ordered.
  • n. A measurement of the number of pixels a video card can render in a certain time period.


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fill +‎ rate


  • Pixel fillrate is now very much back in demand, and that is due to the rise of multi-screen gaming and NVIDIA's 3D Vision.

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  • Interestingly, the GPU-Z screenshot intimates that there will be no change in texturing setup - based on 60 texture units that provide 42. 1GT/s fillrate - and that seems at odds with the 16 shader blocks with four texture-units each (64). : News

  • You can still pretty easily hit your fillrate limits on the iOS devices, while you can pile up a whole lot of layers on the current consoles.

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  • Here we have a case where the games running at 1920 x 1200 are fillrate-bound rather than CPU.

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  • Recently, though, NVIDIA added to the GTX 200 family by launching another GTX 260, this time equipped with 216 cores and commensurately more filtering and fillrate power. : News

  • Further, the bilinear fillrate is different on each GPU because the filtering units are associated with the clusters. : News

  • What is the fillrate of the smaller hose? en Español

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  • Overall Pixel fillrate: 16x147 = 23. 52Gpixel / sec (rounded to 2. 4Gpixel / sec)


  • Pixel fillrate: with no texture, flat shaded 2.4 (75,000,000 32pixel real-world triangles)


  • Pixel fillrate: with 2 full textures (Defuse map + specular or alpha or other), Gouraud shaded



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