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  • Pair it with an NVIDIA GeForce GPU

    Windows Vista is the first Windows operating system that directly utilizes the power of a dedicated GPU (graphics processing unit). NVIDIA GPUs are essential for accelerating the Windows Vista experience by offering an enriched 3D user interface, increased productivity, vibrant photos, smooth, high-definition videos, and realistic games.

Windows Vista Ready MCPs Windows Vista™ is the first Windows operating system designed to provide a rich, multimedia experience through a visually stunning User Interface. To fully experience Windows Vista, Microsoft® and other industry experts recommend using a PC that is 10* times more powerful than those required by previous generations of Windows. NVIDIA nForce®-based PCs deliver the uncompromising performance, quality and reliability essential for the full Windows Vista experience.

Benefits of NVIDIA nForce motherboards:

Optimized System Performance Optimized System Performance
  • High-bandwidth system architecture optimizes CPU and GPU processing
Faster Networking Faster Networking
  • Dedicated Networking Engine frees up the CPU from the transfer of large, networked HD media designed for the Windows Vista OS
  • Native high-bandwidth networking delivers faster access to music and video files
  • NVIDIA FirstPacket™ prioritizes your network traffic for better gaming and Voice-over-IP
Secure Digital Media Secure Digital Media
  • NVIDIA MediaShield™ storage technology protects digital photos, video and music from disk corruption and crashes
Quality to Count On Quality to Count On
  • Thoroughly tested with all GeForce GPUs, for flawless and reliable operation
  • Designed with such high quality and reliability that top PC manufacturers have selected NVIDIA nForce motherboards for their Windows Vista Premium Ready PCs

For a complete list of NVIDIA solutions for Windows Vista, please visit our Solutions page.

Windows and Windows Vista are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Last updated 13/07/2006.

 
 
 
 
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