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NSIST on NVIDIA For a Better Media Center Experience

NVIDIA-based Media Center Edition desktop and notebook PCs deliver a complete digital entertainment solution. Imagine all of your digital media—TV, pictures, home movies, music—in one place, and accessible with a single remote control. With the combined power of the Microsoft® Windows® XP Media Center Edition operating system and NVIDIA technology, your computer has the power to take you directly into the digital media future.

At WinHEC 2005, NVIDIA presented second generation living room PC reference design which will enable system builders and OEMs to build more powerful living room PCs at compelling price points. The suggested designs have a richer feature set, consume less heat and power, and are a physically smaller and quieter addition to a consumer's living room.

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NSIST on NVIDIA for:

  • Better Videos and TV:
    NVIDIA's PureVideo technology provides the highest quality consumer viewing experience for television, DVDs, and home movies with Microsoft Media Center Edition.

  • Better Photos:
    Microsoft Media Center Edition makes it a snap to organize, find, and view your favorite pictures. With a long history of multimedia innovations, NVIDIA brings its award-winning GeForce display architecture, NVIDIA nForce storage and connectivity, and enhanced color controls to Media Center PCs for the highest quality photo viewing.

  • Better Games:
    NVIDIA-based Media Center PCs not only deliver a complete digital entertainment solution, but also provide the ultimate gaming platform, so you can play your game the way it’s meant to be played.

  • Better Performance:
    NVIDIA-based Media Center PCs deliver unbeatable system performance and security so you can keep up with life’s digital demands.
    NVIDIA is the technology of choice for Media Center PCs, providing a comprehensive suite of hardware and software solutions for the most exciting Windows-based computers on the market.

 

GeForce 6 Series GPUs
GeForce FX GPUs
GeForce FX Go Mobile GPUs
NVIDIA nForce MCPs
NVIDIA Software for Media Center
NVIDIA ForceWare Drivers



The following NVIDIA products have been approved by Microsoft for the DFMCE logo:
Designed for Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition
  • GeForce™ 6 Series GPUs
  • GeForce FX 5700
  • GeForce PCX 5750 GPUs
  • GeForce FX 5900
  • GeForce PCX 5900 GPUs
  • GeForce FX 5950 GPUs
  • NVIDIA® NVTV™ tuner cards
  • NVIDIA® DVD decoders
A piece of hardware must pass a Microsoft Video/Audio Logo test without any corruption of the video image or skipping frames.



Press Releases

   
New NVIDIA® Dual-Analog TV Tuner Turns PCs Into Home Entertainment Centers
SANTA CLARA, CA—APRIL 5, 2006—NVIDIA Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA), the worldwide leader in programmable graphics processor technologies, today introduced the NVIDIA DualTV tuner, the first TV tuner for PCs to offer two TV tuners on a single card with comprehensive personal video recording functionality, unique MediaSqueeze™ disk space saving technology, and support for the Microsoft® Windows® XP Media Center Edition (MCE) operating system.


   
NVIDIA Technology Receives Industry's Highest Video Quality Certification for Home Theater PCs
SANTA CLARA, CA—JUNE 20, 2005—NVIDIA Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA), a worldwide leader in graphics and digital media processors, today announced that the NVIDIA GeForce™ 6600 and 6800 graphics processing units (GPUs) and the NVIDIA ForceWare™ Release 72.14 driver are now Imaging Science Foundation Research Labs (ISF RL) certified, indicating that these products meet ISF’s standards for artifact-free film and sports viewing, superb color fidelity, quiet operation, and other home entertainment-based quality parameters.


   
NVIDIA Showcases Industry-Leading Technologies During Intel Channel Conference Tour
SANTA CLARA, CA—MAY 4, 2005—NVIDIA Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA), a worldwide leader in graphics and digital media processors, today announced its participation in the Spring 2005 Intel Channel Conference (ICC) tour.



 
 
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