Color rendering depth of NV20/NV25

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  1. aths

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    I guess the card offers 36-Bit-Rendering (Plus/Minus and the common 8 Bits)

    The VSA-100 offers 40-Bit-Rendering (afaik no Plus/Minus, but greater precision. This makes sense for filtering texels and for multitexturing-precision)

    Does anyone really knows the color rendering depht of GeForce3 and GeForce4?

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    36bit color, that would be 9bit/channel, which is what the whole GF series has.
     
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    Huh?

    Do you mean internally?
     
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    yes, the internal precision.
     
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