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Thursday, January 05, 2006
Nvidia at CES 2006


Nvidia will present many new technologies and products at CES 2006, including Quad SLI PC, GeForce Go 7 series, OpenMax IL standard and HDMI HT PCs!

- NVidia Quad SLI Powered Dell PC

NVIDIA will display the Dell XPS 600 Renegade Quad SLI PC will be on display in the Dell booth (South Hall # 36521) and NVIDIA booth (South Hall #36200) at CES 2006, January 5-8th, at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Delivering the most extreme high definition gaming experience available on the PC, Quad SLI features four of NVIDIA's flagship GeForce 7800 GTX GPUs with an NVIDIA nForce4 SLI X16 motherboard. John Medica, senior vice president, Product Group at Dell, stated: "Our demonstration of the first Quad SLI PC with NVIDIA is a major technology innovation, that when combined with the Dell XPS 600 Renegade and the new Dell 30-inch flat panel makes true high definition gaming a reality."

NVIDIA Quad SLI technology allows consumers to:

- Run today's hottest games at extreme high definition (HD) resolutions-including an unbelievable 2560x1600 -- at silky smooth frame rates

- Crank up their image quality with 32x antialiasing and 16x anisotropic filtering

- Maximize their shader and texture settings for a truly immersive gaming experience

"Today's demonstration of the new Dell XPS 600 Renegade with our Quad SLI technology takes gaming to new levels," said Dan Vivoli, executive vice president of marketing at NVIDIA. "The ability to run today's hottest titles in extreme HD resolutions with all the eye candy turned on is absolutely amazing. Strap yourself in, because you are in for the ride of your life."

In addition, NVIDIA announced that Dell will be shipping the award-winning NVIDIA GeForce 7800 GTX 512 in the Dell XPS 600 PC.

- Nvidia GeForce Go 7 Series

NVIDIA will present three new graphics processing units (GPUs)?the NVIDIA GeForce Go 7800, GeForce Go 7600, and GeForce Go 7400 GPUs. These three additional GeForce Go 7 Series GPUs are included in tier one OEM notebooks launching at or shortly after CES. Based on and following up on the extremely successful architecture as the award-winning NVIDIA GeForce Go 7800 GTX GPU, the new GeForce Go 7800, Go 7600, and Go 7400 GPUs feature a completely redesigned architecture that delivers a number of groundbreaking achievements.

The GeForce Go 7800 delivers enthusiast-level graphics and video performance for slimmer notebooks with significantly reduced power.

The GeForce Go 7600 provides the perfect balance of graphics and video performance for slim multimedia notebooks.

The GeForce Go 7400 creates the no-compromise mobile notebook, a small, thin, highly portable notebook, equipped with the latest graphics and high-definition video support.

- New OpenMAX IL

NVIDIA will present the industry's first public demonstration of the new OpenMAX IL 1.0 standard. The demonstration will show a prototype OpenMAX IL implementation executing on an NVIDIA GoForce 3D handheld graphics processing unit (GPU) to create a flexible, accelerated streaming media pipeline to input, decode, and display an MPEG-4 video stream with fully synchronized audio at full frame rate-an industry first. Through using OpenMAX IL, different codecs may be easily inserted into the pipeline, or the configuration of the processing pipeline can be easily changed with full media component and codec interoperability.

The OpenMAX(tm) IL 1.0 (Integration Layer) specification defines media component interfaces to enable the rapid integration of accelerated codecs into streaming media frameworks on embedded devices. OpenMAX IL is the first of three layers of the overall OpenMAX standard that will provide comprehensive streaming media codec and application portability by enabling accelerated multimedia components to be developed, integrated, and programmed across multiple operating systems and silicon platforms.

Nvidia powers Sony?s First Hdmi HT PC

NVIDIA announced that the world?s first HDMI PC from Sony Corporation, the VAIO VGX-XL1 Digital Living System, is powered by the NVIDIA GeForce? 6200 graphics processing unit (GPU) featuring NVIDIA PureVideo technology.

Over the last couple of years, the High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) has emerged as the connection standard for HDTV and the consumer electronics market. HDMI is the first and only digital interface to combine uncompressed high-definition video and multi-channel audio, as well as intelligent format and command data in a single digital interface. Now, this consumer electronics standard can be utilized in PC products. The introduction of the VAIO type X Living System for the Japanese market represents the world?s first HDMI PC to support the full digital broadcast tuner specification of 1080i.


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