texture memory


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texture memory

The RAM on the graphics card that holds the texture maps. See texture mapping.
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Xbox One X] Increased the texture memory budget to allow for more usage of higher resolution texture
Near eye-limit resolution driving very high resolution displays, Real-world scene density and depth complexity Sub-one meter out-the-window and sensor imagery over very large areas, Real-world correlated lighting, atmospherics, and special effects An economically upgradeable graphics pipeline, The largest dedicated texture memory in the industry for high-resolution imagery, Industry-leading reliability and maintainability.
Gigabyte also increased the speed of the graphics clock to 830 MHz, the speed of the shader clock to 1,660 MHz, and added TurboCache to increase how much texture memory games can use; Zotac offers versions with either 512MB or 1GB of GDDR5 memory and a memory clock bumped up to 3,200 MHz.
Topics covered include thread cooperation, texture memory, atomics and the use of CUDA C with multiple GPUs.
For graphics, you can have the VPro V10 with 32MB graphics memory, including up to 8 MB texture memory, or you can purchase the high-end VPro V12 with 128 MB graphics memory, including up to 104 MB texture memory.
With double the memory of its predecessor, Sun XVR-600 supports 64 MB of frame buffer memory, 32 MB of dedicated texture memory and 32 MB of DirectBurst memory for a combined total of 128 MB of onboard memory.
Data are now "paged" from very large data sets, making optimal use of available system and texture memory.
The Wildcat III 6110 offers 128 MB of texture memory -- twice that of currently available Wildcat II products -- along with 64 MB of frame buffer and 16 MB of DirectBurst Memory, for an impressive total of 208 MB of on-board memory.
Octane2 V8, with up to 104 MB of texture memory as well as advanced imaging and visualization capabilities, supports the extremely large, precise images found in CAD styling, digital prototyping, medical imaging, and visual simulation applications.
Like Intense3D Wildcat graphics accelerators, Sun Expert3D graphics offers the largest texture memory in the industry, enabling features such as 3D volumetric textures for medical imaging, earth sciences, and satellite imagery.
At the same time, new 3D games are using more texture memory to achieve realistic effects.
0, up to 64MB of texture memory, up to 90GB of internal disk storage, 8GB memory and up to two 64MB Raster Managers.