NVIDIA GeForce 9-Series GPUs Now as Low as $59

NVIDIA GeForce 9-Series GPUs Now as Low as $59

News Facts:

• NVIDIA continues to offer consumers more choice with the addition today of the GeForce 9400 GT. The GeForce 9400 GT delivers unsurpassed value by enabling end users to enjoy gaming, HD video, enhanced visual effects, and smoother Vista performance for retail prices as low as $59.

• In addition, the GeForce 9400 GT further extends CUDA™ general-purpose parallel computing to mainstream PC computing markets.

• NVIDIA offers the industry’s deepest product line with outstanding GPUs in the enthusiast, performance, and mainstream segments, including:

GeForce GTX 280
GeForce 9800 GX2
GeForce GTX 260
GeForce 9800 GTX+
GeForce 9800 GTX
GeForce 9800 GT
GeForce 9600 GT
GeForce 9500 GT
GeForce 9400 GT

• As PC applications become increasingly visual, many typical applications benefit from the graphics horsepower provided by a GeForce GPU, including editing photos, running Windows
Vista, or encoding and playing high-definition videos through the use of applications like Elemental Technologies’ BadaBoom.

• GeForce 9 Series GPUs can also power applications that take advantage of the GPU for nongraphical computational tasks. For example, consumers today can use their GeForce 9 Series
GPUs to run applications such as Folding@home and join online protein folding teams to help find cures for diseases such as Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s.

• Graphics cards featuring the new GeForce 9400 GT GPU are available now from global leading add-in card manufacturers such as: ASUS, BFG, Colorful, Emtek, EVGA, Gainward, Galaxy,
Gigabyte, Innovision, Leadtek, MSI, Palit, PC Partner/Zotac, PNY, Point of View, Unika, Unitek, and XFX. For specific pricing information, please contact the add-in card manufacturers in your region.

Quote by Ujesh Desai, general manager of GeForce desktop products:

“GeForce 9400 GT GPUs are a great solution for consumers to optimize the performance of their PC for everyday applications, such as getting online directions through Google Earth or Microsoft 3D maps, or surfing the web for photos using an interactive plug-in like PicLens.”
Via:  NVIDIA
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