According to Mark Polinsky, chief executive officer of VisionTek, the breakthrough graphics and memory architecture of the GeForce3, coupled with the flexibility to create customized special effects, has elevated 3D graphics to an unprecedented level of realism. "The GeForce3 card offers the highest degree of sophistication on the market - creative control combined with the most advanced performance, power, memory and bandwidth," said Polinsky.
Ric Lewis, Executive Vice President, Business Development, reinforced the breakthrough features of the new card. "In the past, graphics accelerators grew more powerful, but games looked similar because programmers lacked the tools to create distinctive special effects. With the GeForce3, programmers have the ability to create customized, detailed environments and more realistic human figures, which translates into a more intense visual experience for end-users," said Lewis.
VisionTek's GeForce3 graphics accelerator features NVIDIA's nfiniteFX engine, which gives game developers the ability to program a virtually infinite number of effects via the engine's Vertex Shader and Pixel Shader components. The card's 7.36 GB/second memory subsystem ensures peak performance and the smoothest frame rates in the industry. Featuring NVIDIA's high-resolution antialiasing technology, VisionTek's GeForce3 graphics accelerator generates high-performance samples at nearly four times the rate of the nearest competitor, while offering the industry's best visual quality. The GeForce3 graphics accelerator delivers more than 800 billion operations, which is more than twice the raw performance previously available. For more complex scenes and images, the GeForce3-based graphics accelerator can provide a seven-fold increase in delivered performance.
In addition to the GeForce3 card, VisionTek manufactures a complete line of NVIDIA processor-based video cards for the OEM, contract and distribution markets. VisionTek's longstanding relationship with NVIDIA, combined with its stringent, ISO-registered quality processes, ensures the GeForce3 graphics accelerator and all other VisionTek graphics products are available immediately and meet the highest standards for quality and compatibility. VisionTek's memory, graphics and peripheral products, including the new GeForce3 graphics accelerator, are available through authorized VisionTek resellers and distributors, which are listed on VisionTek's Web site, http://www.visiontek.com/.
A three-year warranty and the support of the company's expert technical support professionals back the company's graphics accelerators.
For more information on VisionTek's new GeForce3 graphics accelerator and its graphics and memory products, call 800-726-9695, or visit http://www.visiontek.com/.
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