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Nvidia Lança O Seu 1º Cpu Para Telemoveis

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While still fiddling with the GeForce 9800 GX2, Nvidia has also taken the time to develop its first microprocessor for mobile phones. Dubbed APX 2500, the 65nm-built chip features a 750 MHz ARM 11 core and an image processor, a pair that provides support for 12 megapixel imaging, 720p decoding and graphics performance that matches desktop GeForce 6 GPUs, although Nvidia didn't say if the comparison parts are from the low-end or mid-range (or even high-end) segments.

The low-power chip is set to dissipate up to 200milliW and it will be just the spear head of Nvidia's new mobile focus which will see it release more multimedia processors in the coming years with the plan being to have its products used by first-tier manufacturers by the end of next year. Until then though, the APX 2500 will have to start shipping and that won't happen until the end of Q2, in June.

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Detalhes:

- 65nm

- arquitectura ARM11 (a mesma da CPU Samsung usada no iPhone, mas com um clock mais elevado)

- 750MHz

- 256KB de cache L2

- gasta apenas 0.2W a fazer decoding por hardware de vídeo H.264, VC-1, MPEG-2 e MPEG-4 a 720p (1280 x 720).

- suporta processamento de imagens 2D até 12 Megapixel (encoding e decoding de JPEG por hardware integrado).

- suporta HDMI 1.2

- suporta dual-display

- OpenGL ES 2.0

- Direct3D Mobile

- Pixel shaders e Vertex Shaders programáveis

- suporta o mesmo modo de Antialiasing programável das Geforce 8 (CSAA)

- suporta decoding por hardware de AAC (Dolby Digital), MP3, WMA e AMR

- roadmap agressivo e sem precedentes neste mercado (vão aplicar a mesma fórmula das GPU's desktop, refresh a cada 6~8 meses, em vez de 12~18 meses).

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daqui a pouco jogamos COD4 num telemovel... :lol:

:fnf:

E atenção que gasta apenas 0.2 Watts.

Para quando tecnologia desta em portáteis?

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daqui a pouco jogamos COD4 num telemovel... :lol:

:fnf:

E atenção que gasta apenas 0.2 Watts.

Para quando tecnologia desta em portáteis?

isso é que era....

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decoding de alta definição em telemoveis através desse CPU..

sabem o que isto quer dizer???

quer dizer que podemos ter um filme em alta definição no telele e visua-lo numa TV :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap:

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o CPU é capaz de correr o quake3 :clap:

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In one word or less: wow. NVIDIA's MWC announcement of the APX 2500 cellphone applications processor was a stunner and we expect the cellular community is going to welcome them with open arms. We've covered what the hardware is all about, but we've also found out it'll be packin' 7.2 Mbps HSDPA in many flavors, quad-band GSM, WiFi, Bluetooth, and it frickin' plays Quake 3, like a monster. While gaming doesn't mean it'll be a successful device, the 2500 certainly seems to have the grunt to get some serious work done and with its Windows Mobile 6 underpinnings, it'll play well with current software. The current developer reference sample is a bit on the fat side, though we expect the likes of HTC will put this thing on serious diet before it gets out to and into our pockets. Follow the link to see the admittedly -- by NVIDIA -- iPhone-esque GUI experience -- and bezel, earpiece, face.

já agora, o primeiro móvel a ter este cpu irá ser o SE Xperia

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O Xperia já é lindo...

E além de ser Windows Mobile com resolução 800*400... Este processador lá era um mimo lol...

Já agora, este processador suporta Direct 3D Mobile, porque a Microsoft "pediu" à Nvidia para suportar. Pois tem tenções de lançar jogos em directx.

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