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Thread: ATI FirePro M7740 notebook graphic card

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    ATI FirePro M7740 notebook graphic card

    The AMD ATI FirePro M7740 is a high-end notebook workstation graphics card for professional users. It offers certified drivers for applications in the CAD (computer aided design) and DCC (Digital Content Creation) area. In addition to the warranty against defects, is also optimizes the performance for these programs. The chip itself is based on the Mobility Radeon HD 4860 (RV740 architecture), but some features (such as AA Lines) only on the FireGL / FirePro options enabled. The RV740 is manufactured in 40nm with TSMC and has 640 (or 125 5-D) Unified Shader which DirectX 10.1 and OpenGL compatible 3.1. As memory to use the card up to 1GB of GDDR5 which bit bus 128 is connected via. The relatively narrow memory bus should not be a bottleneck due to fast GDDR5.

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    Re: ATI FirePro M7740 notebook graphic card

    The ATI FirePro / FireGL M7740 Dell Precision M6400 was introduced as an alternative laptop to the already available Nvidia Quadro FX 3700M . When SPECviewperf 10 OpenGL benchmark, which the frame rates at various professional applications (CATIA, 3DSMax, Ensight, ...), measures the FirePro M7740 Dell Precision M6400 won in 8 disciplines (UGNX-01, tcvis-01 sw-02, proe-04, maya-02, ensight-03, 3dsmax-04) against the FX 3700M in the HP 8730w. Unfortunately, there are no results to other areas known, however, the composite score, according to AMD a little better (about 75 versus 63). As the Mobility Radeon HD 4860, also includes the M7740 FirePro the video processor UVD 2 for decoding HD videos (full BlueRay support with 2 streams). Moreover, is an integrated sound chip and audio signals via HDMI to be able to spend (also limited HD Audio).

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    Re: ATI FirePro M7740 notebook graphic card

    The AMD ATI FirePro M7740 is a high-end professional graphics adapter for laptops. It suppports certified drivers for professional CAD (Computer Aided Design) and DCC (Digital Content Creation) applications. In Addition To The Guarantee That These programs run flawlessly, the drivers and BIOS are optimized Also on OpenGL performance and enable a Few professional features in the chip (like AA lines). The core of the FirePro M7740 is based on the Mobility Radeon HD 4860 (RV740 architecture). The RV740 is produced at TSMC in 40nm and offers 640 (or 128 5-D) That unified shader support DirectX 10.1 and OpenGL 3.1. As graphics memory, the card Supports up to 1 GB of GDDR5. Due to the small Relatively the GDDR5 memory bus of 128 bits which should not be a bottle neck.

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    Re: ATI FirePro M7740 notebook graphic card

    The ATI FirePro / FireGL M7740 Was Introduced in the Dell Precision M6400 mobile workstation as an alternative to the Nvidia Quadro FX 3700M Already available. Was Comparing AMD Both graphic cards in a subset of the OpenGL benchmark SPECviewperf 10. The FirePro M7740 on the Dell Precision M6400 Was Compared to a Nvidia Quadro FX 3700M in an HP 8730w. The M7740 won in 8 subsets of the benchmark (ugnx-01, tcvis-01, SW-02, proe-04, maya-02, Ensight-03, 3dsmax-04) and in the Composite Score (approx. 75 vs. 63) . Compared to desktop workstation cards, the M7740 Should Perform Better Than the FirePro V7750 (320 Stream Processors, GDDR3).

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