July 20, 2006

NVIDIA offers enhanced performance and features on mobile and desktop workstations

NVIDIA's Quadro FX graphics solutions offer customers next-generation architecture, High-Precision Dynamic Range

(HPDR) technology, and refined vertex and pixel programmability for advanced graphics. These graphics are now being integrated into many of the newest mobile and desktop workstations from companies such as Hewlett-Packard.

NVIDIA Quadro FX 4500 delivers up to 33.6GBps memory bandwidth, 512MB GDDR2 frame buffer memory, 256-bit memory interface, and support for two ultra-high resolution (3840 x 2400) digital panels. The Quadro FX 3500 offers a new level of graphics performance and is becoming a standard high-end configuration for major OEMs and enterprise customers worldwide, according to company claims.

The Quadro FX 1500 midrange solution offers high-performance coupled with two dual-link DVI connectors, 256MB GDDR3 frame buffer memory, and HD video output, while the Quadro FX 560 introduces dual-link DVI, fast DDR3 128MB graphics memory and HD video output.

The HP Compaq nw9440 mobile workstation comes standard with Quadro FX 1500M graphics with 256MB of GDDR III video memory. In addition, the latest desktop solutions—the HP xw6400 and HP xw8400 workstations—will offer a range of graphics to suit the diverse needs of HP customers. These include the Quadro FX 4500, Quadro FX 3500, Quadro FX 1500, and the NVIDIA Quadro FX 560 solutions announced
in April 2006.

For more information on these and other NVIDIA Quadro products, please visit www.nvidia.com/quadro.