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NVIDIA

GeForce2 ULTRA

3D GRAPHIC ACCELERATOR

MANUAL


NVIDIA GeForce2 ULTRA Usert¦s Manual

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. NVIDIA GeForce2 ULTRA. 2

2. GeForce2 ULTRA Board Outline. 3

2.1 GeForce2 ULTRA using DDR SDRAM (SP6900) 3

3.Hardware installation. 4

3.1 Package Contents. 4

3.2 Installing the card. 4

3.3 Micro Cross DVI Connector System.. 5

3.4 Resolutions and colors supported: 6

4. Smart Installation. 7

5. Manually install Windows 95 & Windows 98 drivers. 9

5.1 Installation and Setup. 9

5.1.1 Windows95. 9

5.1.2 Windows98. 9

5.2 How to Change Color Depth and Resolution. 10

5.3 How to Change Refresh Rate. 10

6. Windows NT 4.0. 12

7. Windows 2000. 13

8.Windows Me. 14

FCC Statement 14

Warning: 15

Trademark Acknowledgments. 15

                                                                                     

             


1. NVIDIA GeForce2 ULTRA

SP6900 GeFORCE2 ULTRA      64MB on Board with DDR SDRAM

1.1 NVIDIA GeForce2 ULTRA DDR SDRAM Features

2ND-GENERATION GPU FEATURES

Per-Pixel Shading                                                     8 Texels Per Clock

High Definition Video Processor                            2nd-generation T&L Engines

High Performance Hardware Anti-aliasing  Integrated Single-link TMDS Transmitter

256-bit Graphics Architecture                        Double Data Rate (DDR) Memory

AGP 4X with Fast Writes                                           Cube Environment Mapping

32-bit color                                                      Industryt¦s only true 32-bit Z/Stencil

DirectX Texture Compression                       DirectXTC, S3TC Support

PERFORMANCE

•2.0 GigaTexel Fill Rate                                   •31 Million Triangles/sec

•7.4GB/sec Memory Bandwidth                      350 MHz RAMDAC

Maximum 3D/2D resolution of 2048 x 1536 x 32bpp @ 75Hz

Complete DirectX 7, DirectX 6 and DirectX 5 support

Memory configurations, up to 64MB DDR SDRAM

VISUALLY STUNNING INTERACTIVE 3D

Optimized DirectX and OpenGL acceleration              256-bit graphics engine

8 texture-mapped, filtered, lit texels per clock cycle  Single pass multi-texturing

HW Anti-aliasing                                                  32-bit Colors, Z/stencil buffer

High Quality Texture Filtering, including Anisotropic  Advanced per-pixel, perspective-correct texturing and shading

Per-pixel dot product 3 bump mapping                             Per-pixel lighting and shading

Cube environment mapping                                    Projective textures

BRDF Support: Bi-Directional Reflectance Distrubtion Functions

Texture modulation                                                              Light maps

Reflection maps                                                        Procedural textures

DX6 texture compression                                                    Fog and Depth Cueing

HIGH-PERFORMANCE 256-BIT 2D ACCELERATION

Optimized for multiple color depths including 32, 24, 16, 15, and 8-bits per pixel

True-color hardware cursor

Multi-buffering (double, triple, quad buffering) for smooth animation and video playback

HIGH-QUALITY HDTV/DVD PLAYBACK

Independent hardware color controls for video overlay          

5-tap horizontal by 3-tap vertical filtering                         

8:1 upscaling and downscaling

Per-pixel color keying                                                        

DVD sub-picture alpha blended compositing

High Definition Video Processor (HDVP) for full-screen, full-frame video playback of all

HDTV and DVD and resolutions

Multiple video windows with hardware color space conversion and filtering

Video acceleration for DirectShow, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, and Indeo

COMPREHENSIVE SYSTEM INTERFACE

AGP 4X support, including Fast Writes and Execute Mode

NTSC or PAL TV output (optional)

DVI digital output connector, support TMDS Panellink resolution up to SXGA/UXGA (optional)

Windows 2000, Windows NT 4.0 display drivers

•Windows Me, Windows 98 and Windows 95 display drivers, DirectDraw, Direct3D,

 Direct Video, ActiveX

OpenGL ICD for Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows 2000, Windows NT, and Linux

2. GeForce2 ULTRA Board Outline

2.1 GeForce2 ULTRA using DDR SDRAM (SP6900)

64M on board



Text Box: 4M*16Text Box: 4M*16Text Box: 4M*16Text Box: 4M*16       1           

Power

r

 Power Po

 


DVI                                                                                         

4M*16

 


                                    


4M*16

 

NVIDIA

GeForce 2

ULTRA

 
S-VIDEO

                                                                                                                

BIOS

 

4M*16

 

 


4M*16

 
DB15


                         14.318MHZ

                                                                                                  


NOTE 1: TV output connector and encoder are reserved for optional

NOTE 2: DVI connector and LCD encoder are reserved for optional


3.Hardware installation

3.1 Package Contents

1.        NVIDIA GeForce2 ULTRA 3D Accelerator card

2.        CD title or Software diskettes

3.        This manual

3.2 Installing the card

1.            Turn off your computer

2.            Remove the cover of the computer per the ownert¦s manual

3.            Install the card in the AGP bus slots

4.            Replace the cover.


3.3 Micro Cross DVI Connector System 


t§Micro Cross:t¨/high speed pins;

C1         Analog Red Video Out

C2         Analog Green Video Out

C3         Analog Blue Video Out

C4         Analog Horizontal Sync

C5         Analog Common Ground Return (Red , Green , Blue Video Out)

Main Pin Field:

1.        TMDS Data 2-

2.        TMDS Data 2+

3.        TMDS Data 2/4 Shield

4.        TMDS Data 4-

5.        TMDS Data 4+

6.        DDC Clock

7.        DDC Data

8.        Analog Vertical Sync

9.        TMDS Data 1-

10.     TMDS Data1+

11.     TMDS Data1/3 Shield

12.     TMDS Data 3-

13.     TMDS Data 3+

14.     +5V Power

15.     Ground (+5, Analog H/V Sync)

16.     Hot Plug Detect

17.     TMDS Data 0-

18.     TMDS Data 0+

19.     TMDS Data 0/5 Shield

20.     TMDS Data 5-

21.     TMDS Data 5+

22.     TMDS Clock Shield

23.     TMDS Clock

24.     TMDS Clock


3.4 Resolutions and colors supported:

                                                                                                                               

Bits

Per

pixel

Memory

Req.

(MB)

Refresh Rates (HZ)

8

1MB

60/70/72/75/85/100/120/140/144/150/170/200/240

640*480

16

1MB

60/70/72/75/85/100/120/140/144/150/170/200/240

32

2MB

60/70/72/75/85/100/120/140/144/150/170/200/240

8

1MB

60/70/72/75/85/100/120/140/144/170/200/240

800*600

16

1MB

60/70/72/75/85/100/120/140/144/170/200/240

32

2MB

60/70/72/75/85/100/120/140/144/170/200/240

8

1MB

60/70/72/75/85/100/120/140/144/150/170/200/240

1024*768

16

2MB

60/70/72/75/85/100/120/140/144/150/170/200/240

32

4MB

60/70/72/75/85/100/120/140/144/150/170/200

8

1MB

60/70/72/75/85/100/120/140/144/150/170/200

1152*864

16

2MB

60/70/72/75/85/100/120/140/144/150/170/200

32

4MB

60/70/72/75/85/100/120/140/144/150

8

2MB

60/70/72/75/85/100/120/140/144/150/170

1280*960

16

4MB

60/70/72/75/85/100/120/140/144/150/170

32

8MB

60/70/72/75/85/100/120/140/144/150



8

2MB

60/70/72/75/85/100/120/140/144/150/170

1280*1024

16

4MB

60/70/72/75/85/100/120/140/144/150/170

32

8MB

60/70/72/75/85/100/120/140/144/150

8

2MB

60/70/72/75/85/100/120/140/144/150

1600*900

16

4MB

60/70/72/75/85/100/120/140/144/150

32

8MB

60/70/72/75/85/100/120

8

2MB

60/70/72/75/85/100/120

1600*1200

16

4MB

60/70/72/75/85/100/120

32

8MB

60/70/72/75/85/100

8

4MB

60/70/72/75/85/100

1920*1080

16

8MB

60/70/72/75/85/100

32

16MB

60/70/72/75/85

8

4MB

60/70/72/75/85/100

1920*1200

16

8MB

60/70/72/75/85/100

32

16MB

60/70/72/75/85

8

4MB

60/70/72/75/85

1920*1440

16

8MB

60/70/72/75/85

32

16MB

60/70/72/75

8

4MB

60/70/72/75

2048*1536

16

8MB

60/70/72/75

32

16MB

60

4. Smart Installation

For Windows 95 OSR2.1, Windows 98, Windows Me

4.1 Put the DRIVERS CD in your CD-ROM

4.2 Click the Driver installation

4.3 If everything fine, screen will show Confirm Installation window.

Then Select the OK


4.4 Now appears the Driver Confirmation window

Select the Install

4.5 Then restart your computer.

             


5. Manually install Windows 95 & Windows 98 drivers

5.1 Installation and Setup

5.1.1 Windows95

The Windows setup program installs and modifies all of the necessary files. Follow these steps to install the Windows 95 drivers.

l          Insert the DISC (CD Title Driver).

l          Select Control Panel from My Computer group.

l          Select the Display icon

l          Double-click on the Display icon in the Setting -> Control Panel folder. You can also click the right mouse button anywhere on the desktop and select the Properties option form the pop-out menu.

l          Click the Settings tab.

l          Click the change Display Type button.

l          Click the Have Disk button.

l          Change directories and Select NV4agp.inf (or other *.inf file)

         Disc (CD Title) is E:driversNvidia6X00WIN9X

Note: t§E:t¨-> CD Drive t§Nvidiat¨-> VGA chip brand name t§6900t¨-> VGA model name

l          Select AGP driver form the list and click the OK button. If a message stating that one or more driver files is older than the files on the system respond YES to overwrite the files.

l          Click the Close button and Apply button, and restart your computer.

5.1.2 Windows98

The Windows setup program installs and modifies all of the necessary files. Follow these steps to install the Windows 98 drivers.

l          Insert the DISC (CD Title Driver).

l          Select Control Panel from My Computer group.

l          Select the Display icon

l          Double-click on the Display icon in the Setting -> Control Panel folder. You can also click the right mouse button anywhere on the desktop and select the Properties option form the pop-out menu.

l          Click the Settings tab.

l          Then show Display Properties tab

Select AdvancedtK

l          Then show  [Unknown Device.] Properties tab

Select Adapter

l          Then show Standard PCI GraphicstK tab

Select Change

l          Then show Update Device tK tab

Select Next

l          Then show Update Device tK tab

Select Search for a bettertK

Then select Next.

l          Then show Update Device tK tab

If the Specify a location is wrong

Please select Brows

l          Then show Browse for Folder tab

Select E:drivers Nvidia6X00WIN9X

Note: t§E:t¨-> CD Drive t§Nvidiat¨-> VGA chip brand name t§6900t¨-> VGA model name

Then select OK

l          Then show Update Device Driver Wizard tab

Select CD-ROM driver

Click the Specify a locator, if right

Then select Next

l          Then show Update Device Driver Wizard tab

Select Next

l          Then show Update Device Driver Wizard tab

Select Finish

l          Then show System Settings Change tab

Select OK  

5.2 How to Change Color Depth and Resolution

1.          Make sure that you have installed windows95/98 Driver.

2.          Click on the Start box in the lower left corner and proceed to Control Panel.

3.          Inside the Control panel group , click on Display icon to open the Display Properties folder and select the Setting table

4.          Click on the pull-down arrow from the Color palette area to select color depth or adjust the sliding bar to either Less or More from the Desktop area

5.          Select OK to restart system and new color depth or the new resolution takes effect.

5.3 How to Change Refresh Rate

1.          Make sure that you have installed windows95/98 Driver. Click on the Start box in the lower left corner and proceed to Setting, Control Panel

2.          Inside the Control panel group , click on Display icon to open the Display Properties folder and choose Settings click the Advance Settings choose Adapter

3.          Click on the Refresh Rate sub window to change refresh rate

4.          Select OK and new refresh rate takes effect

Note: If your monitor is not Branded or Plug&Play, you will only see Adapter default and optimal. Please contact your monitor supplier to get right or compatible drivers for your monitor. Otherwise you can not select the refresh rate you wanted.

l          Refresh Rate default is Optimal.

l          If you change Refresh Rate from Optimal to another, you maybe need to restart

     system


6. Windows NT 4.0

The following steps describe how to install Windows NT4.0 display drivers

1.         Select Control Panel from the Main group.

2.         Select the Display icon.

3.         Select Change Display Type.

4.         Select Change from the Adapter Type area.

5.         Select Other.

6.         Place the Disc (CD Title) into CDROM Drive. Click OK.

7.         Select Install and click t§YESt¨ when the Installing Driver dialog box appears.

8.         When the Windows NT Setup dialog box appears select CDROM, and click t¨Continuet¨.

A message appears stating that drivers were successfully installed. Click OK. Another message appears stating that the driver could not be restarted dynamically. Restart Windows NT to run the new driver. Click OK.


7. Windows 2000

First time install drivers under windows2000

1.            When system boot up, system will prompt find new device. Suppose the device is VGA, now system will find the default drivers for you.

2.            If you want to install our drivers along with the SP6900 pack. Please put the drivers CD in your CDROM drive. If now shows SmartInstall window, please click EXIT button to quit.

3.            Drivers for windows2000 are located at driversnvidia6X00win2000

4.            If the drivers is very new may not certified by Microsoft, if so, system will prompt you the drivers do not have t§digital signaturet¨, still you can force to install.

5.            Follow on screen instructions will finish the installation.

The following steps describe how to update Windows2000 display drivers

1.            Place the Disc (CD Title) into CDROM Drive. If now shows SmartInstall window, please click EXIT button to quit

2.            Right click mouse button on Desktop Area, now shows a sub menu window. Please select Properties.

3.            Now come up Display Properties window, please select Settings on the top.

4.            Select Advanced

5.            Select Adapter.

6.            Select Change

7.            Now comes up a update drivers wizard window. Please follow the on screen instruction.

8.            Please specify the drivers location at your CDROM letter: driversnvidia6X00win2000 or the directory where you put your drivers

9.            Select Install and click t§YESt¨ when the Installing Driver dialog box appears. If the drivers is very new may not certified by Microsoft, if so, system will prompt you the drivers do not have t§digital signaturet¨, still you can force to install.

A message appears stating that drivers were successfully installed. Click OK. Another message appears stating that the driver could not be restarted dynamically. Restart Windows2000 to run the new driver. Click OK.


8.Windows Me

The Windows setup program installs and modifies all of the necessary files. Follow these steps to install the Windows Me drivers.

l          Insert the DISC (CD Title Driver).

l          Select Control Panel from My Computer group.

l          Select the Display icon

l          Double-click on the Display icon in the Setting -> Control Panel folder. You can also click the right mouse button anywhere on the desktop and select the Properties option form the pop-out menu.

l          Click the Settings tab.

l          Then show Display Properties tab

Select AdvancedtK

l          Then show  [Unknown Device.] Properties tab

Select Adapter

l          Then show Standard PCI GraphicstK tab

Select Change

l          Then show Update Device tK tab

Select Next

l          Then show Update Device tK tab

Select Search for a bettertK

Then select Next.

l          Then show Update Device tK tab

If the Specify a location is wrong

Please select Brows

l          Then show Browse for Folder tab

Select E:drivers Nvidia6X00winME

Note: t§E:t¨-> CD Drive t§Nvidiat¨-> VGA chip brand name t§6900t¨-> VGA model name

Then select OK

l          Then show Update Device Driver Wizard tab

Select CD-ROM driver

Click the Specify a locator, if right

Then select Next

l          Then show Update Device Driver Wizard tab

Select Next

l          Then show Update Device Driver Wizard tab

Select Finish

l          Then show System Settings Change tab

Select OK  


FCC Statement

This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two condition.(1).this device may not cause harmful interference. (2).this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation

Warning:

Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, used and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference in to radiate communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

l        Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna

l        Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.

l        Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different form that to which the receiver in connected.

l        Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.   

Notice:

(1) An Unshielded-type power cord is required in order to meet FCC emission limits and also to prevent interference to the nearby radio and television reception. It is essential that only the supplied power cord by used.

(2) Use only shielded cables to connect I/O devices to this equipment.3

(3) Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the uset¦s authority to operate the equipment.

Trademark Acknowledgments

All brand names and trademarks are the property of their owners.

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