05-15-2001, 05:23 PM
Ok, I want to know in depth what the NV2A architecture is and what sets it apart from the **** that is the Flipper chip from the Gamecube. I need a good argument. I know that the NV2A will crush it, but other people keep insisting that the Flipper chip has some sort of an advantage over it and will be faster. I have always trusted nVidia with their products and they always bring out the best and fastest chips. Will the NV2A have forms of Z-Occlusion, Culling, and Compression? Will it have some sort of HSR? Need help here. Thanks in advance!!