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NVIDIA GeForce G205M
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Applies to:

NVIDIA GeForce G205M

Author/Supplier:

NVIDIA

Category:

Graphics

Requirements:

Windows Vista 32-bit, Windows 7 32-bit

File Size:

159.65 MB

File Name:

295.73-notebook-win7-winvista-32bit-international-whql.exe

Release Date:

02/21/12

Version:

295.73

Last Updated:

01.05.12

Rating:


3.5
/5 from 20 reviews.

Specifications:

  • Graphics Core Speed: 450 MHz
  • Stream Processors: 16
  • Graphics Memory Bandwidth: 12.8 GBps
  • Dedicated Memory: 512 MB
  • Maximum VGA Resolution: 2048 x 1536

Description:

The NVIDIA GeForce 205M features 8 CUDA cores, which automatically take up resource-intensive tasks like video transcoding. It offers complete support for DirectCompute technology developed by Microsoft, and OpenCL API (used in GPU computing). The card has been designed for motherboards with PCI Express 2.0 slots, but can be used in conjunction with motherboards with PCI slots of previous versions as well. The GigaThread technology developed by NVIDIA has been implemented in the product, allowing it to support thousands of independent program threads being executed at the same time. The Lumenex technology, also developed by the manufacturer, allows the card to render multi point lighting used in graphical applications like video games.

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Anti-aliasing is a technology used in 3D graphical applications to ensure that jagged edges on 3D objects are smoothed out. This results in cleaner visuals in games and 3D applications, which look good and are better for the viewer's eyes. Without this technology, rendered 3D graphics often look distorted and aesthetically unpleasant. Most graphics cards are capable of performing this task, albeit to different extents, which would be specified in the specifications sheet of the card. The higher the number, the more jagged edges the card can remove per second. For instance, a card that supports 16x anti-aliasing is likely to produce clearer images than a card supporting only 4x.