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  • n. Plural form of texel.

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  • The still-unannounced 5830 reportedly packs the same Cypress LE core used in Radeon HD 5850 cards, but with 1280 stream processors instead of 1440, and will be able to crank out 60 texels per clock rather than 72 on the 5850.

    TechSpot

  • According to Fudzilla, the still-unannounced 5830 packs 1280 stream processors and can crank out 60 texels per clock, down from 1440 SPs and 72 texels/clock on the 5850.

    The Tech Report: News

  • That gives us 400 ALUs (or stream processors) and 20 texels/clock, down from 800 SPs and 40 texels/clock on the Radeon HD 5770.

    The Tech Report: News

  • We have five SIMD units, each containing 80 ALUs and tied to one texture unit capable of sampling and filtering four texels per clock.

    The Tech Report: News

  • The Radeon HD 5450 is based on a new GPU, Cedar, which has 292 million transistors, 80 stream processors, two texture units (each capable of filtering four texels per clock cycle), and a single ROP that can push out four pixels per clock.

    The Tech Report: News

  • A single bounds doesn't exclude many texels, so I wound up including two bounds, which made them render many times faster.

    Joystiq

  • Fill rates that exceed 52 billion texels per second and geometry performance of 300 million triangles per second

    Netvouz - new bookmarks

  • At the official core speed of 550 MHz, it is capable of processing up to 17.6 billion texels and 4.4 billion pixels per second.

    TechAmok

  • - Reduced Slim RAM cache for texels to same size as Phat (Large Cache is no longer needed and doesn't improve performance and can be used elsewhere) - Reduce Texel Cache size after large Texel (> 64K) is used.

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  • NVIDIA says that other advanced features of the card include interactive 4D modeling with time lapse, memory bandwidth of up to 102 GB per second, fill rates over 52 billion texels per second and 300 million triangles per second and more.

    I4U News

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