NVIDIA Spans Graphics Options for Gateway Computer Systems
Gateway Chooses Leading Graphics Processor Provider Again
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For Immediate Release
SANTA CLARA, CA. – October 9, 2000 -- NVIDIA® Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA) announced today that Gateway has selected its broad line of GeForce 2 graphics processing units (GPUs) for their Select and Performance desktop PC product lines. Gateway's Performance and Select Product Lines offer the latest technology and highest performance to fulfill a wide range of customer needs.
"NVIDIA's GeForce2 family of GPU's deliver a superior combination of graphics performance, quality, compatibility and features for every market segment," said Mike Ritter, director, product marketing for Gateway Consumer. "We have had a long history of successful products with NVIDIA and this decision continues that trend."
"NVIDIA is pleased to be selected once again as a premiere graphics provider to Gateway," said Jeff Fisher, executive vice president of sales at NVIDIA Corporation. "This design win further validates our strategy to provide incredible graphics quality and performance for every level of end user."
Gateway's selection of the GeForce2 MX, GeForce2 Pro and GeForce2 Ultra provide a unique combination of blazingly fast graphics processing and powerful new features, such as sophisticated per-pixel shading and a second generation transform and lighting engine, to deliver unprecedented interactive realism never before available on the PC platform. Other major 3D features of the GeForce2 family include:
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