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Jan 13, · #1 Crash/crash to desktop/failed to Battlefield Hardline fix: Turn off VSync and Triple Buffering in the game settings You can try to run the game in Windows Vista SP2 or Windows XP SP3 Compatibility modeEstimated Reading Time: 2 mins. I log into origin, either the app or thru multiple browsers, sign in, hmm what to play, ill finish off SP, load campaign and it starts to load, as soon as the game enters on the taskbar it crashes. It does it on SP or MP, all browsers, checked the game for repairs, downloaded 8gb to the same result. any further info needed ask and ill do my. Mar 17, · #4 Battlefield Hardline DirectX Crash after a Game or Two If your game is crashing due to directX, make sure that you are using latest version of Author: Ali Asif.
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Samsung Electronics begins mass production of 256 Mbit GDDR2 chips
Samsung Electronics today announced the start of mass production of 256 Mbit Graphics Double Data Rate2 (GDDR2) SDRAM chips. The use of such chips will simplify the production of new generation graphics cards with a video memory capacity of up to 512 MB.
Samsung GDDR2 SDRAM chips are made in accordance with JEDEC recommendations, in standard 144-pin Fine-pitch Ball Grid Array (FBGA) packages, supporting all technical functionality documented in the GDDR2 specifications, namely:
- Supply voltage 1.8V
- Differential strobe
- Off-chip output driver calibration (OCD)
- On-die termination (ODT)
- Programmable CAS Latency: 3, 4, 5 and 6 – Optional); Programmable Additive Latency: 0, 1, 2, 3 and 4, pulse interrupt
- Delay for writing data: built according to the scheme read delay – 1 clock – Write Latency (WL) = Read Latency (RL) – 1
- Supported packet lengths: Burst Length – 4 (Read / Write Interrupt Prohibited but only Read interrupted by Read & Write interrupted by Write are allowed), or 8 (Interleave / nibble sequential) Programmable Sequential / Interleave Burst Mode
- 4 words per cycle in read / write delay inhibit mode with read / write delay enabled in single-phase modes
- 8 words per cycle in sequential alternating / discontinuous phase mode in fully programmable (controlled) sequential and alternating burst switching mode
- Bidirectional, (Single-ended data-strobe is an optional feature). Means that the controller does not have to be at the beginning of the chain, it can be located anywhere in the structure. For this, the mode of dynamic adjustment of the impedance from the source is introduced – Off-Chip Driver (OCD) Impedance Adjustment
- For array regeneration, 2x-shortened auto and self-regeneration is used (Auto Refresh, CBR, and Self Refresh, Refesh Period 7.8 ms, 8192 regeneration cycles / 64 ms)
Samsung said in a statement that its 256Mbit GDDR2 SDRAM chips also support the GDDR3 standard, which is expected to be adopted by JEDEC next month. Deliveries of new chips to graphics card manufacturers have already begun.