NVIDIA Enters Mainstream Commercial PC Market with Industry's Leading Supplier
NVIDIA TNT2 Model 64 Available on the Dell OptiPlex GX200 Business Desktop
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SANTA CLARA, CA – May 9, 2000 – NVIDIA™ Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA) today announced that the Dell Computer Corporation has selected the NVIDIA TNT2™ Model 64 as the graphics solution for the OptiPlex™ GX200 PC. Based on the NVIDIA TNT2, the PC industry's most successful fourth generation 3D architecture, the TNT2 Model 64 will be integrated into the OptiPlex GX200 motherboard. The TNT2 Model 64 delivers a superior combination of graphics performance, quality, compatibility, and features for the commercial desktop user.
NVIDIA's top-to-bottom family of 3D processors is now available across Dell's family of commercial, consumer, and professional desktop products that include the OptiPlex and Dimension™ PCs as well as the Precision WorkStation platforms.
"Dell's decision to integrate our technology into the OptiPlex GX200 represents one of NVIDIA's most important milestones," said Jen-Hsun Huang, president and CEO of NVIDIA. "Our growth to date has been fueled primarily by the consumer PC market and this design win, with the number one provider of PC's in the United States Based on Q1, 2000, International Data Corporation, will take NVIDIA to the next level."
NVIDIA™ Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA) is the recognized global leader in advanced graphics processing technology for mainstream platforms. The unmatched breadth of NVIDIA's product line enriches 3D, 2D, and high-definition digital video and television for every audience and price point of the desktop computer market -- from workstations to internet-enabled appliances. PC OEMs, add-in card manufacturers, system builders, and consumer electronics companies worldwide choose NVIDIA's processors as the core component of their graphics processing solutions. These end products are used by large corporations, small- to medium-sized businesses, and home-based consumers. NVIDIA's award-winning graphics processors deliver superior performance and crisp visual quality for PC-based applications such as manufacturing, science, e-business, entertainment, and education.
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