NVIDIA announces ForceWare software

Posted on Thursday, September 25 2003 @ 14:48 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
NVIDIA announced ForceWare software for all desktop and mobile PCs using NVIDIA his GeForce graphics cards and NVIDIA nForce based motherboards. ForceWare is a new unified driver architecture for all their product lines.

ForceWare includes new drivers and compilers, desktop management, system management and multimedia software.
ForceWare Drivers
The foundation of NVIDIA ForceWare is the revolutionary NVIDIA Unified Driver Architecture (UDA), which delivers forward-and-backward hardware and software compatibility across all NVIDIA products. For NVIDIA GeForce graphics processing units (GPUs), ForceWare provides stunning visual quality and blazing performance, while enabling users to take advantage of cutting-edge technologies through continuous online updates.

Desktop Management Software
ForceWare features a robust set of desktop management tools, enabling users to customize their Microsoft® Windows® desktop experience, connect multiple displays, adjust video levels for DVD viewing, and change screen orientation for unique monitor configurations.

New System Management Software
For nForce media and communications processors (MCPs), the NVIDIA ForceWare system management tools include desktop overclocking and monitoring utilities for high-speed system performance; unparalleled security and firewall features; NVMixer™ for configuring audio and speaker environments; and NVIDIA RAID for multiple disk management For mobile computing environments, ForceWare also incorporates NVIDIA PowerMizer™ technology for dynamic power and battery management capabilities.

Innovative Multimedia Software
The NVIDIA ForceWare Multimedia tools integrate PC multimedia functionality into a simple-to-use interface, allowing end users to record live TV, watch DVDs, burn a TV show to recordable media, listen to music, and even stream content to other clients.
ForceWare also includes this overclocking utility :

NVIDIA ForceWare software will be available for download on www.nvidia.com in October.

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