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Nvidia-based graphics cards support MS Windows Vista

Posted: 12 Sep 2006 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:PNY? Verto GeForce? 7900 GS? 7950 GT? graphics cards?

PNY Technologies Inc. has announced two new, high-performance Verto GeForce graphics cards available at very low price points. The 7900 GS 256MB is shipping now and the 7950 GT 512MB will be available this week from. Based on the Nvidia GeForce 7900 Series feature set, both cards are built to support the upcoming Microsoft Windows Vista OS.

"Our Verto 7950 GT and 7900 GS cards are designed to provide users with a high-definition gaming and video experience without breaking the bank," said Nicholas Mauro, senior marketing manager for PNY Technologies consumer graphics cards and memory. "Now, gamers and enthusiasts of all levels will benefit from features such as SLI and full support for Microsoft DirectX 9.0 Shader Model 3.0, which are offered at price points never seen before."

Verto GeForce 7900 GS SLI is a multi-GPU solution that promises increased bandwidth and performance improvement by allowing two graphics cards to run in parallel. The card includes 256Mbytes of graphics memory, 450MHz core clock, 20pixel shader units and DVI + DVI + HDTV/S-Video outputs. MSRP is $249.

Verto GeForce 7950 GT has Nvidia's PureVideo HD Technology that brings high-definition, home-theater quality video to the PC. The card includes 512Mbytes of graphics memory, a 550MHz super fast core clock, 24pixel shader processors and standard High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP). Outputs include DVI + DVI + HDTV/S-Video and MSRP is $349.

PNY Technologies offers a three-year warranty (one year standard with two-year upgrade upon completion of registration form on PNY Web site) for these devices.

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