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NVIDIA Launches the GeForce4
Posted Thu February 07, 2002 @07:35PM
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Hardware NIVIDIA has launched the new GeForce4 family of Graphics Processor Units (GPUs). The GeForce4 is available in three versions: the GeForce4 Ti (desktop high-end), the GeForce4 MX (desktop mainstream), and the GeForce4 Go (mobile).

The new GPUs deliver powerful enhancements including:

  • up to 4 times the performance over previous GeForce generations
  • innovative anti-aliasing technology
  • nView(TM) multi-display technology

While NVIDIA has focused on the video game market, their products have always performed well for OpenGL-based MCAD operations. The new cards should be strong performers for pre- and post-processing CFD tasks.


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