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ELSA Releases New Graphics Cards
Posted Tue March 26, 2002 @02:52PM
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Hardware ELSA has released the Synergy4 (entry-level) and Gloria4 (high-end) families of graphics cards.

The Synergy4 boards are based on NVIDIA's Quadro4 550 XGL professional graphics processor. The card features a unified memory architecture that dynamically allocates memory between graphics subsystems such as the frame buffer, texture memory and vertex memory. This second-generation Lightspeed Memory Architecture™ (LMA) II load balances across NVIDIA's patented crossbar memory controller for optimal memory bandwidth usage.

The Gloria4 boards are based on NVIDIA's Quadro4 (700,750, and 900) XGL professional graphics processors. The new graphics accelerators offer a combination of dynamic memory bandwidth management, highly optimized OpenGL® and DirectX® drivers, the industry's most efficient occlusion culling and an architecture that renders an astonishing 60 million lit, shaded and trilinear-textured triangles per second. The ELSA GLoria4 Quadro4 900XGL has reached an undisputed world record with a ProCDRS score of over 100.

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