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The XVR-1000 is a 30-bit UPA Framebuffer.

Key Features

    * High-performance 2-D and 3-D graphics acceleration, including on-board geometry
    * Hardware-based, high-performance texture mapping with 256 MB of dedicated texture memory
    * Superior quality 3-D image via single-pass multisampled antialiasing
    * High resolutions supported in 2-D and 3-D up to HDTV resolutions
    * Supports resolution of up to 1920 x 1200 30-bit color, double-buffer, 26-bit Z-buffered
    * Supports resolution of up to 1280 x 1020 @112 Hz stereo output
    * 30-bit (10-bit/channel) color support with 8-bit alpha channel (38-bit RGBA), which provides more colors and eliminates color banding effects with high-definition images
    * 26-bit floating-point Z-buffer requires fewer bits/pixel compared to the fixed point format, thereby reducing the Z-buffer memory requirements
    * Multiple video output capabilities from a single board
    * Analog S-Video output for displaying graphics on a TV monitor or recorded to a VCR
    * Dual display RGB support from single frame buffer
    * Supports standard 13W3 and HD-15 analog, as well as the new Digital Video Interface (DVI) standard for driving digital flat panels and high-end projection systems
    * Programmable display resolutions in the hardware allow end users to define non-standard resolution output for specialty display output devices and projectors.
    * Texture mapping acceleration
    * Single-pass multisampling capable
    * Frame lock sync
    * Multiview (syncing for stereo)
    * High-speed specular lighting

Frame Buffer Memory 72 MB
Texture Memory 256 MB
Maximum 2-D Resolution (30-bit color) 1920 x 1200 @ 75 Hz
Maximum 3-D Resolution (30-bit color) 1920 x 1200 @ 75 Hz
Maximum 3-D Stereo Resolution 1280 x 1024 @ 112 Hz
Single-Pass Multisampling Support Yes
Dual Display Support Yes
Maximum power 70 W
Energy-Star power 6.8 W
Dimensions
Board height 8.3 cm (3.27 in.) (does not include gold fingers)
Total height 9.1 cm (3.58 in.)
Board length 20.5 cm (8.07 in.) (does not include connector overhand/extender)
Weight 1.375 lb

RESOLUTIONS SUPPORTED

Display Resolution Vertical Refresh Rate Sync Standard Aspect Ratio 13W3 S-Video HD15 DVI Samples Dual
1920 x 1200 60d Hz Sun 16:10 X X X 1
1920 x 1200 70, 75 Hz Sun 16:10 X 1
1920 x 1080 60d Hz Sun 16:9 X X X 1
1920 x 1080 72 Hz Sun 16:9 X 1
1792 x 1344 60, 75 Hz VESA 4:3 X 1
1600 x 1280 76 Hz Sun 5:4 X 1
1600 x 1200 60d Hz VESA 4:3 X X X 1
1600 x 1200 60, 73, 75 Hz VESA 4:3 X 1
1600 x 1024 60 Hz X 2
1600 x 1000 66, 76 Hz Sun 16:10 X 2
1440 x 900 76 Hz Sun 16:10 X X X 2
1280 x 1024 96, 108, 112 Hz Sun-Stereo 5:4 X 2
1280 x 1024 60, 75, 85 Hz VESA 5:4 X X X 2 X
1280 x 1024 67, 76 Hz Sun 5:4 X X X 2 X
1280 x 800 112 Hz Sun-Stereo 16:10 X X 2
1280 x 800 76 Hz Sun 16:10 X X X 3 X
1280 x 768 56 Hz Sun 5:3 X X X 5 X
1152 x 900 120 Hz Sun-Stereo 5:4 X X 2
1152 x 900 66, 76 Hz Sun 5:4 X X X 3 X
1024 x 800 84 Hz Sun 4:3 X X X 4 X
1024 x 768 77 Hz Sun 4:3 X X X 5 X
1024 x 768 60, 70, 75 Hz VESA 4:3 X X X 5 X
960 x 680 108, 112 Hz Sun-Stereo 14:10 X X 6 X
800 x 600 75 Hz VESA 4:3 X X X 8 X
768 x 575 50i Hz PAL PAL X X X 10 X
640 x 480 180fsc Hz X 16 X
640 x 480 60, 72, 75 Hz VESA 4:3 X X X 16 X
640 x 480 60i Hz NTSC NTSC X X X 16 X

Note: All resolutions marked VESA use separate sync; the remainder use composite sync.

Solaris drives this card with the SUNWgfb driver. There is very little chance of a Linux driver for this graphics controller without specification or assistance from Sun.

This card is considered End-Of-Life by Sun.


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