NVIDIA launches Quadro FX 4500

Posted on Thursday, Jul 28 2005 @ 18:20 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
NVIDIA today officially announced the Quadro FX 4500 card for the professional graphics market. This card is based on the GeForce 7800 GTX (G70) architecture and features 512MB memory and SLI support.

The NVIDIA Quadro FX 4500 offers a combination of features, including a unified 512MB frame buffer memory and SLI technology support, with a new architecture that increases raw performance for a solution that brings a new level of graphics computing power. The result is that a much broader range of customers now have access to advanced graphics systems that were previously only available in cost prohibitive and proprietary workstation solutions. A long list of standard features, such as a 128-bit floating point frame buffer and 12-bit sub-pixel precision, has made the NVIDIA Quadro the most widely deployed professional graphics solution in the industry .


Features:
  • Support for 32x full-scene antialiasing (FSAA) delivering superior image quality
  • Support for up to four dual-link high-resolution displays with a single system
  • Multiple GPUs matched with the NVIDIA Quadro G-Sync option board


  • Quadro FX 4500 specifications
    Memory Size 512MB
    Memory Type GDDR3
    Memory Interface 256-bit
    Memory Bandwidth 33.6 GB/sec.
    Display Connectors DVI-I+DVI-I+Stereo
    Max Power Consumption 109W
    Shader Model 3.0
    Dual-Link DVI Yes 
    SLI Support Yes
    Genlock/Framelock Yes
    3D Primitive Perf
    Geometry (Triangles per Second ) 181 Million
    Fill Rate (Texels per Second) 18.8 Billion


    Additionally, NVIDIA also released the Quadro FX 3450.


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