NVIDIA has announced their GeForce PCX series of cards. The new thing is the PCI-Express bus architecture. Here's a snip from their press release:
INTEL DEVELOPER CONFERENCE-SAN FRANCISCO -FEBRUARY 17, 2004-NVIDIA Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA), the worldwide leader in visual processing solutions, today unveiled the industrys first top-to-bottom family of PCI Express graphics processing units (GPUs), all designed to take full advantage of the additional bandwidth and features that this new I/O interconnection standard delivers. By using an innovative PCI Express (PCX) high-speed interconnect (HSI), a complex piece of networking technology that performs seamless, bi-directional interconnect protocol conversion at incredible speed lines, NVIDIA can transform its current award-winning GeForce FX series into a full-family of PCI Express GPUs.The new cards are as follows:
- NVIDIA GeForce PCX 5950 based on the DX9 GeForce architecture, this new GPU delivers extreme graphics power and performance for extreme gamers.
- NVIDIA GeForce PCX 5750 designed for high-performance gaming with NVIDIAs full suite of cinematic effects and an unmatched feature set.
- NVIDIA GeForce PCX 5300 delivers state-of-the-art, best-in-class features and the reliability users have come to expect from NVIDIA, at an affordable price.
- NVIDIA GeForce PCX 4300 provides entry-level pricing coupled with strong performance, unbeatable visual quality, and DVD playback.
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