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Liste de cartes graphiques et compatibilité avec Rhino.

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Vous trouverez ci-dessous une liste de cartes graphiques et des commentaires sur leur fonctionnement dans Rhino.


Si vous voulez ajouter une carte, utilisez toutes les entrées du tableau et ajoutez autant de détails possibles. Le lien ci-dessous est un script de Rhino qui vous permettra d'obtenir plus d'informations sur votre système vidéo que vous ne l'imaginez : http://en.wiki.mcneel.com/content/upload/files/video.zip Merci. John Brock

—- (Ajouté le 14/03/2013)

Marque Intel
Modèle Intel HD Graphics 4000
NON RECOMMANDÉE par : John Brock
Remarques : Les ordinateurs, tels que les Apple MacBook 13“, MacBook Pro 13” et Retina 13“, ainsi que tous les ordinateurs portables disposant uniquement d'un processeur graphique Intel intégré, devraient être évités avec Rhino pour Windows. Ce format ne gère pas correctement Windows OpenGL. Vous rencontreriez de nombreux problèmes que nous ne pourrions pas résoudre. De nombreux ordinateurs portables hybrides ont une deuxième puce graphique haute performance (de AMD ou Nvidia), conçue pour les applications gourmandes en opérations graphiques, et fonctionnent très bien. Ces ordinateurs hybrides sont recommandés.

—- (Ajouté le 3/1/2013 - Actualisé le 24/7/2013)

Marque NVIDIA
Modèle Quadro 600
Commentaires de : John Brock
Remarques : Voir la note de Juillet 2013 ci-dessous : Pour le moment, mon expérience avec la Quadro 600 a été plutôt mauvaise. J'ai rencontré des problèmes de plantage en utilisant leur pilote 310.90. L'équipe d'assistance de Nvidia a suggéré d'installer la version 311.35 (pilotes actuel), en utilisant l'option Custom et en sélectionnant une installation “clean”. Le pilote actuel n'est pas mieux. Toutes les quelques minutes, Rhino et les fenêtres de Chrome ouvertes s'affichent en noir et un message apparaît indiquant que le pilote NVIDIA ne répond plus et qu'il a été réinitialisé. Rhino et Chrome sont ensuite bloqués. Même lorsque Rhino n'est pas ouvert, il arrive que Chrome se bloque. Je ne recommande pas ces cartes pour le moment. Je l'ai retirée de mon système.
Autres remarques : Des utilisateurs ont indiqué qu'ils avaient des problèmes de performance et d'affichage avec les pilotes Quadro actuels. Il semble que la prise en charge des paramètres OpenGL 2.0 et Shader 1.2 ne soit pas aussi robuste qu'avant. Certains utilisateurs ont indiqué une perte de performance avec les cartes Quadro entre Rhino 4 et Rhino 5. Rhino 5 SR2 présente une modification qui semble améliorer la performance pour ces cartes Quadro.
Mise à jour de juillet 2013 - JB : Ce mois, NVIDIA a sorti une mise à jour importante des pilotes qui semble corriger de nombreux problèmes avec les cartes Quadro, y compris la Quadro 600. Les anciens pilotes de cette cartes plantaient continuellement et redémarraient même avec des actions très simples telles que l'ouverture du navigateur Google Chrome. La mise à jour de ce mois semble corriger ces problèmes sur Windows 7 et 8. Je n'hésite plus à recommander ces cartes maintenant.

—- (Ajouté le 3/1/2013 - Actualisé le 8/5/13)

Marque NVIDIA
Modèle GTX
Recommandée par : Brian James
Remarques : J'ai utilisé quelques cartes de cette série y compris la GTX 470 et la GTX 690. Les deux ont très bien fonctionné et de nombreux pilotes sont disponibles sur le site de NVIDIA si votre combinaison matérielle pose problŇme. L'actualisation des pilotes résoud souvent les problèmes.

—- (Ajouté le 16/12/2011)

Marque AMD
Modèle FirePro v7900 et FirePro v5900
Recommandée par : Jeff Lasor
Remarques : It turns out that I just recently completed a certification process for AMD using both the v5900 and v7900, and McNeel was even mentioned in their launch of these cards. Both very nice cards and both work incredibly well, especially given their very small footprints compared to other cards. Long story short, I've replaced my FirePro v8800 in my development box with the FirePro v7900. Yes, it's that good. All I can say is that AMD is now doing a great job getting their cards working for real life situations and programs rather than trying to figure out what the next marketing hype can be made about something that rhymes with Pooduh. All of the latest V5 display features have been tested and confirmed as working for the v5900 and v7900. If you can afford the 7900 then get it. The 5900 performance is not as good, but again, it's amazing how good it really is given its overall size, power consumption and heat generation. Two thumbs up for AMD!
Addition August 2012: Several advanced users on the Rhino newsgroup have reported bad experiences with this card in the area of antialiasing - which is far inferior to Nvidia cards - to the point of removing the cards from their machines and going back to an Nvidia card. Jeff himself has stated “Nvidia has been, is, and probably always will be better at AA than AMD… Why? I have no idea. Will it change? I have no idea? Can I fix it on my end? I have no idea, but so far I don't think so.” So, if you are planning to buy one of these cards, make sure to check the newsgroup and do your research first.

—- (Added 4/11/2011)

Brand AMD/ATI
Model FirePro V5800
Recommended by: Aya Maeda
Driver version: ATI driver 8.77.6.3 Rev.A
Notes: This card had strange display problems when Zooming and Panning until the user called AMD and they recommended the above listed drivers. These cards were originally recommended for Microstation. Do not use the “Use region buffers when available” in OpenGL options.

—- (Added 3/2/2011)

Brand Nvidia
Model Nvidia GTX 295
Recommended by: Rhino Support Newsgroup
Notes: The newer GTX 300, 400, and 500 series replacements seems to be intentionally disabled for OpenGL performance. Their OpenGL performance is measurably slower than the GTX 295.

—- (Added 3/2/2011)

Brand Nvidia
Model Nvidia Quadro 4000, 5000, 6000
Recommended by: Rhino Support Newsgroup
Notes: These are expensive cards but deliver better performance than the GTX 295. Most users report good performance and minimal issues using the ODE drivers.

—- (Added 3/2/2011)

Brand Intel
Model Intel HD Graphics
NOT RECOMMENDED BY: John Brock, tech@mcneel.com
Note: I manually process a lot of Rhino crash reports. These cards are total junk for OpenGL based applications like Rhino. AVOID THEM! Lots of crashes even with relatively simple commands like PictureFrame. Be aware that many laptop makers are using these. AVOID THEM!

—- (Added 3/2/2011)

Brand Intel
Model Intel 82865G Graphics Controller
Model Intel 82945G Express Chipset Family
Model Mobile Intel 4 Series Express Chipset Family
NOT RECOMMENDED BY: John Brock, tech@mcneel.com
Note: These are more bad cards. These cards are not intended for OpenGL based, graphics intensive applications like Rhino. They are commonly found on inexpensive laptops intended for email, Internet browsing, and are good for very little else. That said, they will work, but they do not support accelerated graphics.

—- (Added 1/4/2011)

Brand NVIDIA
Model Quadro 1800 and 2000 series
Recommended by: Jørgen, holo1@holografisk.no
Note: If you work a lot with curves or isocurves visible. These are great with Rhino.

—- (Added 1/4/2011)

Brand NVIDIA
Model GeForce 2xx series
Recommended by: Jørgen, holo1@holografisk.no
Note: The nVida Geforce 4xx and 5xx series are apparently no faster than the previous generations. So go for the 2xx series instead.

—- (Added 1/4/2011)

Brand AMD/ATI
Model FirePro V8750, V8800
Recommended by: Jeff LaSor, jeff@mcneel.com
Note: My development box has the FirePro v8750 in it (for over a year now), and it's what I've been using to development most of the newer V5 display features.

—- (Added 1/4/2011)

Brand AMD/ATI
Model Radeon 4000 & 5000 series
Recommended by: Jeff LaSor, jeff@mcneel.com
Note: I've also have the Radeon 4870 and it works really well too.

The following entries are still valid but are getting pretty old. -JB

Brand NVIDIA
Model GeForce 8600M GT 256MB
BIOS version Apple - 70
Driver version 6.14.11.134
Operating system & SP level Windows XP Pro Service Pack 2
Special Rhino settings None
Special driver settings None
Rhino versions used with V4 SR2
Known problems
Comments I've been using this card in a MACBOOK Pro and have no complaints.
Submitted by: Brian James, brian.james@mcneel.com

Brand NVIDIA
Model GeForce FX 5200 128MB
BIOS version 4.34.20.22.A1
Driver version 6.14.10.6693
Operating system & SP level Windows XP Pro Service Pack 2
Special Rhino settings Redraw viewport when Rhino becomes active enabled
Special driver settings None
Rhino versions used with V2, V3, V4
Known problems In V3, sometimes the Status Bar labels (Snap, Ortho, etc.) do not show but still are active. Also surface selection in shaded mode has highlight problems.
Comments This card works fine on all versions of Rhino. It supports Rhino's special graphics modes. Even though it is a “game” card its performance is good and it is not very expensive. This was one of the cards that was used for testing the new V4 display pipeline. We found lots of little details during the V4 development with this card. Mine is running in a Dell Dimension 4600 system.
Submitted by: John Brock, jb@mcneel.com

Brand NVIDIA
Model Quadro FX Go 700 128MB
BIOS version 4.31.20.52.C2
Driver version 6.14.10.4424
Operating system & SP level Windows XP Pro Service Pack 2
Special Rhino settings None
Special driver settings None
Rhino versions used with V2, V3, V4
Known problems None
Comments This card works very well and is one of the few “workstation graphics” cards available on laptop computers. The “Quadro” line of cards is designed for OpenGL graphics applications like Rhino. This was one of the cards that was used for testing the new V4 display pipeline. This card has always been a solid performer for me. It is running in a Dell Precision M60 laptop.
Submitted by: John Brock, jb@mcneel.com

Brand NVIDIA
Model GeForce FX Go 5650 128MB
BIOS version 4.31.20.52.C6
Driver version 6.7.4.2
Operating system & SP level Windows XP Pro Service Pack 2
Special Rhino settings I use v4s TestSetAAlevel at 8 and it looks pretty good and does not slow down too much.
Special driver settings Vertical sync turned off, AA set to be controlled by applications
Rhino versions used with V2, V3, V4
Known problems None
Comments So far so good- it drives a 1900 by 1200 screen and seems to work well.
Submitted by: Pascal Golay pascal@mcneel.com

Brand NVIDIA
Model PNY Quadro FX 330 64 MB RAM
BIOS version 4.34.20.84.06
Driver version 6.14.10.6693
Operating system & SP level Windows XP Pro Service Pack 2
Special Rhino settings None
Special driver settings None
Rhino versions used with V2, V3, V4
Known problems None
Comments PCI-Express card, passive cooling (no noise), in my opinion a great OpenGL CAD-graphic card with a very good price/performance relation.
Submitted by: Michael Meyer AT flexiCAD com

Brand NVIDIA
Model BFG 6800GT OC 256MB
BIOS version 5.40.02.15.05
Driver version 7.1.8.9
Operating system & SP level Windows XP Pro Service Pack 2
Special Rhino settings None
Special driver settings Vertical sync turned off, AA set to be conctrilled by applications
Rhino versions used with V2, V3, V4
Known problems None
Comments I am seeing some odd slowdowns and viewport blackouts after pushing unreasonably large models all day relating to maximized viewports only
Submitted by: Sam Page

Brand ATI
Model Mobility Radeon 9700 128Mb
BIOS version BK-ATI VER 008.017M.109.000
Driver version 8.162.0.0 Catalyst 5.8 - using the original ATI drivers for the standard Radeon graphic cards and Patje's Mobility Modder (http://www.driverheaven.net/patje/)
Operating system & SP level Windows XP Pro Service Pack 2
Special Rhino settings None
Special driver settings Disable AA or set AA to application controlled
Rhino versions used with V3, V4
Known problems In V3: disappearing Objects and Screen-Smudge in rendered viewports when AA is enabled
Comments This graphics card is often found in consumer notebooks and has very good general 3D performance. If it weren't for the glitches when using AA it would be an excellent budget solution for using Rhino on a latop
Submitted by: Simon Crowder

Brand ATI
Model Mobility Radeon 9000 128MB (laptop)
BIOS version 008.007.010.000
Driver version Omega Drivers 2.6.53 (http://www.omegadrivers.net/)
Operating system & SP level Windows XP Pro Service Pack 1
Special Rhino settings None
Special driver settings None
Rhino versions used with V2, V3, V4
Known problems Lots
Comments No matter what drivers I try, I run into problems. Had problems any time four viewports used OpenGL (crashed Rhino), then changed drivers and now I cannot get any anti-aliasing. I cannot recommend this card at all.
Submitted by: Heath Satow

Brand Nvidia
Model GeForce 4200 GO
BIOS version 4.28.20.31.10
Driver version 6.7.4.2
Operating system & SP level Windows XP Pro Service Pack 2
Special Rhino settings None
Special driver settings Vertical Sync turned off
Rhino versions used with V3, V4
Known problems None
Comments If you make sure to turn iff vertical sync, no problems at all. It's an old card by now, but still works
Submitted by: Jakob Normand

Brand ATI
Model RADEON X800
BIOS version 113-AA61300-101
Driver version 6.14.10.6517
Operating system & SP level Windows XP Pro Service Pack 2
Special Rhino settings None
Special driver settings None
Rhino versions used with V3, V4
Known problems None
Comments This card works fine, All the settings are defaults or let Application decide. I use 2 TFT Monitors each runing at 1280 x 1024 and can stretch Rhino across both with no problems or artefacts
Submitted by: Mark Sharman, msharman@bom.co.uk

Brand ATI
Model RADEON 7000
BIOS version unknown
Driver version 6.14.10.6599
Operating system & SP level Windows XP Pro Service Pack 2
Special Rhino settings None
Special driver settings Dual display
Rhino versions used with V3, V4
Known problems Toolbar child positioning, floating viewports
Comments This card worked fine with V3, but was very buggy with V4. Performance was mediocre on a 2.8 GHz P4. With 2 monitors and the 2nd monitor housing a floating perspective viewport, there was often corruption of the display requiring a re-start. Child menus for the toolbar buttons also do not appear at the cursor location when using the ATI dual monitor desktop manager (Hydravision).
Submitted by: B. Gom

Brand ATI
Model RADEON X1600Pro
BIOS version 009.012.006.002
Driver version 6.14.10.6599
Operating system & SP level Windows XP Pro Service Pack 2
Special Rhino settings None
Special driver settings Dual display
Rhino versions used with V4
Known problems Toolbar child positioning, object snap tooltip corrupted
Comments This card was installed to improve the performance over the 7000 series card. 3D display is much faster, but ultimately limited by the main processor speed when drawing complex scenes. Corruption of the viewport contents seems to no longer be a problem with this card, although child menus for the toolbar buttons also do not appear at the cursor location when using the ATI dual monitor desktop manager (Hydravision). Enabling full antialiasing on the card improves the 3D display (shaded, ghosted, etc) while not significantly reducing the performace, however, in wireframe viewports the lines suffer a lot of blurring. Antialiasing can not be enabled on only one monitor in a dual monitor display using the graphics driver (TestSetAALevel does work, however). Tooltips for the object snap display worked initially, but now are corrupted and unreadable. The official workaround of adjusting the windows video performance slider one step to the left seems to work.
Submitted by: B. Gom

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