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NVIDIA's history in GeForce GT, GTX and RTX series graphics cards

NVIDIA Corporation is an American technology company that develops graphics processors and systems-on-a-chip (SoC). NVIDIA developments have spread to the video game industry, professional visualization, high performance computing and automotive industries, where NVIDIA on-board computers are used as the basis for self-driving cars. The artificial intelligence (AI) market is also an important priority for the company.

 

NV 1. The first 3D graphics accelerator from NVIDIA, released in 1995.

 

A noteworthy feature of this card is both the unusual approach with 3D rendering, when Quadratic Texture Maps were used, instead of the now familiar polygons, and the presence of a chip responsible for sound processing.

Riva 128/128ZX. In 1997, the company released a second graphics chip based on a 350-nm process technology, which found the title of "people's".

 

The name RIVA is an acronym for Real-time Interactive Video and Animation, and the number 128 indicates the bus's bit width. The main "chip" of the GPU is a rendering technology based on a quadratic texture mapping, which was not supported in Direct3D.

In 1998, Riva TNT was released - a combined 2D / 3D accelerator

 

The TNT suffix meant that the chip was able to work with two texels at the same time, and TNT was short for TwiN Texel. For reference: Texel is the smallest unit of a 3D object's texture, while a pixel is the smallest unit of a 2D object's texture.

Riva TNT2

In early 1999, NVIDIA began production of the fifth generation graphics processor.

 

Riva TNT2 was a modified version of TNT: support for the AGP interface was added, the manufacturing process was reduced to 250 nm, and the chip frequency increased from 90 to 150 megahertz.

GeForce 256

All in the same 1999, the first GPU from the GeForce line appeared.

 

The name GeForce came about as a result of a competition held by the company. The main feature of the GeForce 256 was the presence of a built-in geometric processor, and also a hardware transformation and lighting unit (T&L) appeared. In addition, it was with the GeForce 256 that the use of the fastest DDR memory at that time began.

GeForce 2

In 2000, a new graphics processor was born, the core of which was the most advanced and productive at that time.

 

In total, more than a dozen modifications appeared on the basis of GeForce 2, differing from each other in different frequencies and memory bus widths. It was in the GeForce 2 line that the first variations for the older model range appeared, designated by the suffix Ti - Titanium. The basis of the budget line was cards with the prefix MX. By the way, the first chipset for nForce motherboards was based on the GeForce 2 MX.

Following its 6-month cycle, already in 2001, the company introduced a new generation of graphics processors - GeForce 3.

 

It should be noted that, unlike the GeForce 2, the GeForce 3 did not have an entry-level GPU, all variations had high frequencies at that time, a 256-bit memory bus width, and 128-bit DDR memory. At the same time, the nfiniteFX shader engine appeared.

GeForce 4

In 2002, the fourth generation of GeForce video cards appeared, under this name two lines of cards were produced, Ti - high-performance, and budget ones with the MX prefix.

 

And if the older GF4 line continued to develop the GeForce 3 architecture, then the budget line was limited to the GeForce 2 architecture. The core of the budget GeForce 4 MX model formed the basis of the nForce 2 chipset.

GeForceFX. The fifth generation of GeForce processors appeared in 2003.

 

The FX cards owe to the new version of Shader Model 2.0 shaders, which at that time promoted graphics to a new cinematic level.

GeForce 6. In 2004, the sixth generation of microprocessors from NVIDIA appeared.

 

A notable feature of the GeForce 6 was PureVideo video processing, the presence of SLI technology, and support for Shader Model 3.0.

GeForce 7

The seventh generation of NVIDIA GPUs appeared in 2005.

 

The GeForce 7 line did not bring any revolutionary innovations, but quite successfully continued to develop the technologies embedded in GeForce 6. For example, due to changes in the thread-pipeline architecture, we managed to achieve a 1.5-fold increase in performance, with the same number of stream pipelines.

GeForce 8

In 2006, the release of the eighth series of GeForce graphics accelerators took place.

 

This series featured a unified shader architecture that changed the idea of a dedicated graphics pipeline. For example, unified processors could perform both geometric and pixel, vertex, and even physical calculations. GeForce 8 also gave light to the hardware and software architecture of parallel computing, which is called CUDA (Compute Unified Device Architecture).

In 2008, the ninth generation of GeForce 9 GPUs appeared.

 

The new graphics chip used the modified Tesla architecture incorporated in the previous GeForce 8 card model. It should be noted that this architecture served as the basis for the GeForce 8, GeForce 9, GeForce 100, GeForce 200 and even GeForce 300 series cards, it turned out to be so successful at that time Tesla. As for GeForce 9, another notable feature was another decrease in the process technology to 65nm, and later to 55nm, which had a positive effect on the dimensions of printed circuit boards, as well as on the energy efficiency of the final solution.

GeForce 100

In 2009, the tenth generation of the GeForce family of graphics processors appeared.

 

The youngest in the line were cards of the 100th series, which few people have heard about here, due to the cards being aimed at the OEM market. In terms of technical characteristics, the G150 was halved compared to the GTX9800, the GT130 was slightly better than the GeForce 9600GSO, and the G100 was an entry-level card and was inferior in capabilities to the GT9400.

GeForce 200

In the same 2009, a logical continuation of the 9 series cards appeared on the market in the face of the GeForce 200.

 

The GTX 280 and GTX 250 were the first to see the light, which supported CUDA version 2.0 technology, PhysX, and improved PureVideo with support for H.264, VC-1 and MPEG-2 video decoding. In addition, the cards supported DirectX 10 and Shader Model 4.0. Later released 210/G210, GT 220 and GT240 received support for DirectX 10.1 and Shader Model 4.1

GeForce 400

2010 saw the arrival of a new generation of GPUs based on NVIDIA's Fermi architecture, the company's first DirectX 11-ready accelerator.

 

A notable feature of the chip is the support for DirectCompute and OpenCL technologies, which allow computing computer graphics using a graphics processor. Also added support for Shader Model 5.0

GeForce 500

In 2010, the company continued to develop the Fermi architecture.

 

The graphics processor received support for technologies: 3D Vision Surround, CUDA, PhysX, as well as 3-Way SLI. GTX 590 based cards get NVIDIA Quad SLI support. It should be noted that the improvements affected not only new technologies, but also work was carried out to improve overall performance, as well as to reduce power consumption, compared to the previous generation cards.

GeForce 600

In 2012, two years after its announcement, the first GPUs based on the new Kepler architecture were introduced to the world.

 

The new architecture meant not only a number of innovations, including GPU Boost technology, which dynamically controls the chip frequency, but also support for Nvidia TXAA. However, the most important feature of the 600 series is the transition to the 28nm process technology, which has a positive effect on the ergonomics and energy efficiency of the final solutions. By the way, the cards of the 600 series received support not only for DirectX 11.0, but also partially for the not yet released DirectX 12

GeForce 700

In 2013, cards of the GeForce 700 family appeared, which were presented both on the basis of the previous Kepler architecture and the latest Maxwell.

 

It should be noted that the first signs in the 700 series were the GeForce GTX Titan and GTX 780 cards - the flagship cards demonstrating the full power of the Kepler architecture. In 2014, the GeForce GTX 750 and GTX 750 Ti cards based on the Maxwell architecture began to appear. The main feature of the architecture can be called both dynamic resolution to smooth out bumps without sacrificing performance, and the development of CUDA technology. DirectX 12 compatibility is an important factor for both gamers and developers.

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