NVIDIA latest videocard, 7950 GX2 is now available in the stores.
Thanks to its two GeForce 7950 GPUs (graphic processing units), the videocard is 72% faster then the fastest videocard on the market today (ATI X1900XTX and X1900GTX).
“The GeForce 7950 GX2 is a great card for the gamer that’s looking for the absolute best performance in a single graphics card solution,” said Ujesh Desai, general manager of desktop GPUs at NVIDIA. “With that kind of power gamers can crank up their screen resolution to an unbelievable 2560×1600 for an extreme high definition gaming experience.”
And here is what you get with GeForce 9750 GX2:
- Two high-performance GPUs working simultaneously on a single card – dramatically raising the bar for single-card performance
- 48 pixel pipes, 16 vertex shaders, 76.8 GB per second of memory bandwidth and 24 billion texels per second of fill rate on a single card
- 1GB of fast GDDR3 video memory on a single card
- Dual dual-link DVI support – for high-definition, widescreen flat panel displays that support resolutions up to 2560×1600 for an ultra-realistic HD gaming experience
- Hardware accelerated H.264 support through NVIDIA PureVideo(TM) technology – the combination of HD video processors and software delivers a HD home-theater quality video experience to the PC.
- High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) capable
- Support for Quad NVIDIA SLI technology – allows NVIDIA authorized system builders to combine the power of two GeForce 7950 GX2 graphics cards to dramatically increase graphics horsepower.
The videocard is now available to leading add-in card manufacturers, e-tailers, and system builders.