Nvidia GeForce FX 5900 Ultra now available

With the addition of the GeForce FX 5900 Ultra, the entire family of GeForce FX GPUs is available for purchase, giving consumers an opportunity to equip their PCs with unprecedented cinematiccomputing at price points as low as $79 MSRP.

“The GeForce brand is known for delivering a powerful and reliable gaming experience for every market segment,” said Jeff Fisher, executive vice president of worldwide sales at NVIDIA. “We’re thrilled that the complete family of GeForce FX GPUs is available for people gearing up to play the hottest new PC games like Star War Galaxies: An Empire Divided and Tomb Raider: Angel of Darkness.”

The GeForce FX 5900 Ultra, the flagship product in the GeForce FX family, has been called the fastest GPU on the market by industry pundits . GeForce FX 5900 Ultra-based solutions have won many industry awards including the MaximumPC Kick Ass Product Award, ExtremeTech Approved Award, and Firing Squad Bull’s Eye Award. The NVIDIA GeForce FX family of GPUs is the industry’s first complete family of GPUs to deliver real-time, cinematic quality graphics and special effects on the desktop PC. Featuring the NVIDIA CineFXâ„¢ engine, the GeForce FX family of GPUs delivers visual effects on par with the hottest motion pictures.  The GeForce FX family of GPUs marks a major new product cycle for desktop, workstation, and notebook PCs, and each model has redefined the graphics capabilities for their respective industries.

“Shipments of the GeForce FX family of GPUs are in full swing,” said Shane Vance, executive vice president of sales at BFG Technologies, Inc. “We’re thrilled to bring this card to market, as it meets and exceeds the wildest expectations of any consumer looking to make the most of their computing experience.”

Look for add-in cards based on the GeForce FX family of GPUs from a variety of add-in card partners, including: AOpen, ASUS Computer International, BFG Technologies, Inc., Creative Labs, eVGA.com Corporation, Gainward Co., Ltd., Leadtek Research, Inc., MSI, PNY Technologies, Inc., and Terratec.   For details on where to buy GeForce FX-based graphics cards, visit the NVIDIA Web site at http://www.nvidia.com/.


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