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2006-06-22 Nvidia's PureVideo brings HD movies to PCs
Nvidia's PureVideo HD technology promises outstanding HD DVD and Blu-ray movie playback on PCs.
2006-05-24 Nvidia graphics tech powers first Blu-ray PC
Nvidia announced that the Sony VAIO PCs are powered by Nvidia GeForce GPUs which include the company's PureVideo HD technology.
2006-09-12 Nvidia-based graphics cards support MS Windows Vista
Based on the Nvidia GeForce 7900 Series feature set, PNY Tech's two new graphics cards are built to support the upcoming Microsoft Windows Vista OS.
2008-12-23 Graphic boards tout 4Gbyte CPU memory
Based on Nvidia's second generation unified architecture and offering up to 4Gbyte GPU memory, PNY Technologies' Nvidia Quadro FX 5800 and FX 4800 are designed to handle massive datasets and specialized needs for the visualization and simulation, oil and gas exploration, and broadcast and film markets.
2007-11-05 Nvidia's PC gaming chip goes on sale
Nvidia Corp. has started selling its latest graphics processing unit (GPU) for PC game enthusiasts.
2006-03-30 Nvidia's new GPUs target mainstream market
Nvidia expanded its GeForce 7 Series with two "aggressively-priced" graphics processing units for the mainstream market.
2005-01-21 Nvidia mobile GPUs support Intel Centrino platform
Nvidia Corp., a provider of graphics and digital media processors, announced that its GeForce Go 6 mobile GPU series supports the latest Intel Centrino mobile platform (codenamed Sonoma), taking full advantage of the new, improved PCI Express architecture.
2006-05-23 Graphic processors power HP, Compaq notebooks
Nvidia announced that the GeForce Go 6150 and nForce Go 430 graphics processors are available in the HP Pavilion dv2000 series and Compaq Presario V3000 series of notebook PCs.
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