NVIDIA GeForce 7900GT 256MB On Linux (no benchmarks)

@ 2006/03/09
The speculations flying around the Internet in recent months
in regards to the GeForce 7900 series can now come to a close. This
morning NVIDIA is unveiling the new GeForce 7900 series GPUs that packs
a fair amount of improvements over the existing flagship 7800 GPUs, and
we have already taken this new unit for a spin at our facilities. The
initial GeForce 7900 part that we are taking for a run today in its
world-exclusive preview under NVIDIA's Linux is the eVGA e-GeForce
7900GT CO Super-Clocked 256MB. This insane graphics card is able to
withstand 550MHz core frequencies and an impressive 1580MHz memory clock
with its Samsung GDDR3. Let us introduce you to the G71-GT-N-A2.
Attached to this article is also NVIDIA developer information in regards
to the PCI ID and the 7900GT registers, to assist those in supporting
this new card with their utilities. Additional CeBIT articles, NVIDIA
GeForce 7900 Linux benchmarks, and overclocking, to come at Phoronix
very shortly.
Comment from jmke @ 2006/03/09
No benchmarks?

 

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