NVIDIA has released its next-generation graphics solutions for imaging professionals, the Quadro FX graphics cards.
NVIDIA says its Quadro FX graphics solutions offer customers next-generation architecture, High-Precision Dynamic Range (HDPR) technology and refined vertex and pixel programmability for advanced graphics. They are now being integrated into many of the newest mobile and desktop workstations from companies such as Hewlett-Packard.
“Industry-leading NVIDIA Quadro FX graphics are being adopted across a variety of workstation configurations, providing customers with the power, flexibility, and features they need to get the job done,” said NVIDIA’s Dan Vivoli. “Companies, such as HP, with proven track records of delivering high-performance mobile and desktop workstations, continue to redefine performance for customers by offering the latest NVIDIA Quadro FX solutions for professional graphics.”
The Quadro FX range:
NVIDIA Quadro FX 4500 – Delivers up to 33.6GB/sec. memory bandwidth, 512MB GDDR2 frame buffer memory, 256-bit memory interface and support for 2 ultra-high resolution (3840 x 2400) digital panels
NVIDIA Quadro FX 3500 – Offers a new level of graphics performance and is fast becoming a standard high-end configuration for major OEMs and enterprise customers worldwide
NVIDIA Quadro FX 1500 – The first mid-range solution to offer high-performance coupled with two dual-link DVI connectors, 256MB GDDR3 frame buffer memory and HD video output
NVIDIA Quadro FX 560 – Introduces dual-link DVI, fast DDR3 128MB graphics memory and HD video output
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