The 4400 will be made available in two forms, the 4400 and the 4400G, the latter adding genlock and framelock facilities for broadcast-level and other pro video editing work. Both boards will provide 512MB of GDDR 3 memory across a 256-bit bus running, we calculate, at 550MHz (1.1GHz DDR), for 35.2GBps of memory bandwidth.
Nvidia said both boards can churn out 135m triangles each second with a fill-rate of 6.4bn texels per second. The company quotes SPEC 3DSMAX-02, PROE-02 and UGS-03 benchmark figures of 31.3, 49.8 and 76.4, respectively, for the boards.
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