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|With the increasing use of digital consumer electronic devices, PC digital media authoring applications and high bandwidth connections, the traditional PC architecture is easily strained by users' expectations for interactivity. PC users want to capture, edit, publish and share their media. They want to multitask, and consume media while interacting with other applications. PCs are getting smaller, yet owners demand more performance, particularly from the graphics subsystem. Ultimately, there is no PC subsystem more visibly affected by an under performing memory design.
PC users want to simultaneously interact with multiple large media files, requiring more memory, more system bandwidth and lower access latencies so that each application can get what it needs without having to wait.
Now, NVIDIA is able to deliver the highest overall system performance for both integrated graphics systems and systems with graphics add-in cards. The NVIDIA(R) nForce(TM)2 DualDDR memory architecture optimizes system performance by increasing bandwidth and reducing memory latency.
Features of DualDDR memory architecture include: