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Koliko će M$ Vista zahtevati resursa?

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Queensland (Australia) - A Microsoft strategist told attendees of the TechEd 2005 conference on the Gold Coast last week that Windows Vista's new display driver model may compel users to upgrade to a PC with 2 GByte of DDR3 SDRAM and a graphics card with at least 256 MByte memory, according to Australian PC enthusiast publication APC Magazine.

In a transcript reportedly taken from TechEd, Nigel Page, a strategist with Microsoft Australia, told a small crowd gathered at his presentation that Vista's new Longhorn Display Driver Model (LDDM) will replace the existing GDI display model with a mostly 3D vector-graphics system. Such a system is known to be in the works. This system, reads the transcript, will require more work from the graphics processing unit (GPU) and, as a result, a faster bi-directional bus with the CPU.

To accomplish this, the transcript quotes Page as stating, "The GPU will need a plenty of room to operate in Vista. The more memory you put on a video card, the better, really. We want the least dumping back to main memory because that's slower than graphics. If you have 128 MByte, that's good; if you have 256 MByte, that's better; but I expect that video card memory will go up a lot when Longhorn is released."

As for system RAM, Page reportedly said, 512 MByte is "heaps" for a 32-bit system. For a 64-bit system, however, "you're going to want 2 gigs of DDR3 RAM." The transcript states that Page explained 64-bit users will need to double their memory because units of memory are naturally double the size. "If you try to make do with what you've got," the transcript adds, "you'll see less performance. But RAM is now so cheap, it's hardly an issue."

What might become an issue - though Page apparently didn't mention it - is that low-voltage DDR3 technology is at least 8 to 10 months away from sampling and at least 16 months away from commercial availability, as we reported here two weeks ago. The Vista operating system itself is expected to be released a few months sooner.

The complete transcript of the proceedings appeared here. (APC Magazine via NineMSN)

Spokespersons for Microsoft US contacted by Tom's Hardware Guide declined to address Page's reported remarks directly. The spokesperson, however, told us, "minimum system requirements for Windows Vista will not be known until summer 2006 at the earliest." The few requirements that Microsoft can officially confirm are limited to "a modern Intel Pentium- or AMD Athlon-based PC" with 512 MByte of RAM and a dedicated graphics card with DirectX 9.0 support.

We wondered, if Microsoft is truly suggesting that a Vista computer be endowed with DDR3 RAM and as much as 256 MByte of video RAM, whether such a system would fall outside the realm of a PC that will qualify for Intel's recently announced Viiv entertainment PC platform. Yesterday, an Intel spokesperson told us that Viiv hardware requirements for the first quarter of next year basically consist of a Pentium D, Pentium Extreme Edition, or Yonah-based system, based on a motherboard with the 945 Express, 955X Express, or Calistoga chipset, as well as an Intel-branded network connection. No memory requirements for system or video RAM, or for any part of the graphics hardware, were specified in the most recent list Intel provided to us.

The subject of how Vista's LDDM will change the hardware components, requirements, and behavior of 2006 computers will be one of the subjects explored in-depth next week at Microsoft's Professional Developers' Conference in Los Angeles. Tom's Hardware Guide will report from the conference, which will open its doors on Sunday, September 11.

http://www.tomshardware.com/hardnews/20050908_100000.html



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Eto sta ce povecati prodaju hardvera Smile

Inace vec postoji virus za taj OS.
Napisao ga je austrijski haker "Second Part to Hell".



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Bice ovo kao i sa win95... Navodno je zahtevao zver od masine u to vreme, a radio je sasvim lepo na 486 sa 8 mb... Cak i sa 4... A mogao je da se pokrene i na 386 sa 4mb (Samo za mazohiste)

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pa videli ste garantovano one prognoze - da traze neko cudoviste od masine da bi se doziveo "pun" osecaj koji Vista moze da pruzi inace moze sasvim dobro da radi i na slabijim konfiguracijama(sta za njih znaci slabijim konfiguracijama)...

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Naravno da će moći i na slabijim mašinama da se pokrene je bi u suprotnom automatski eliminisali tržiste laptop-ova.

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Pa zašto bi eliminisali? Evo ovaj će to terati Wink
http://www.mycity.rs/phpbb/viewtopic.php?t=22195

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ma, Vista je samo malo izmenjeni XP... ja teram XP sasvim lepo i na jednom Cel633, 256MB SDram, GeForce2 MX200! Znaci, vecina kompova mladjih od 2-3 godine moci ce da pokrene Vistu...

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ali vise nalik kde-u na lini Smile sto je plus zar ne

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Eto shta cje biti hardvrski zahtevno, izgled OS-a umseto njegove funkcionalnosti... Ako vec ne mozhe da bude bolji od Mac OS X-a, onda mora biti lepshi... :rool:

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ZoNi ::ma, Vista je samo malo izmenjeni XP...
Oh kamo srece !!!

WinFS - novi fajl sistem, "realna" upotreba 3d akceleracije u GUI-u, WGF 1.0/2.0 (DX 10-11), Media Center oriented... izgleda da smo obrali bostan Smile

Mada uvek je bilo panike oko novih Windowsa i njihove zahtevnosti. Uvek se to svelo na vise RAM-a i malo nerviranja. Ovaj put nas M$ iznenadjuje nekompatibiloshcu monitora (tkzv. HDCP) i zastite prikaza ( Protected Video Path - Output Protection Management "PVP-OPM").
Da, da monitora !!!

Pogledajte:
theinquirer.net/?article=25137
theinquirer.net/?article=25124
theinquirer.net/?article=25846

Oh jeaaaa.

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