Alienware announced the availability of the powerful new NVIDIA Quadro FX 4500 graphics accelerator on select Alienware MJ-12 workstations, including MJ-12 7550a, MJ-12 7550i, and MJ-12 5500 systems. As the newest addition to NVIDIA's line of workstation graphics solutions, the Quadro FX 4500 allows MJ-12 workstations to provide exceptional floating point and sub-pixel precision for the latest professional applications.
MJ-12 workstations powered by the Quadro FX 4500 raise the level of precision for sub-pixel effects, resulting in a higher success rate for correctly mapping objects to pixel values and reducing the amount of artifacts and visual anomalies. By accelerating the antialiasing of points and lines, the Quadro FX 4500 delivers superior image quality in real-time without any decrease in performance.
Backed by hardware accelerated processing, MJ-12 workstations that feature the Quadro FX 4500 benefit the many professional applications that involve lines, triangles, wire mesh, and 3D textures. In addition, advanced memory management enables improved performance when working with multiple active applications.
"By continually pushing the envelope with the absolute latest workstation technology, such as the Quadro FX 4500, Alienware is quickly making a name for itself in markets such as mechanical computer-aided design and digital content creation," said Nestor Villalobos, worldwide product manager for workstations and servers at Alienware. "MJ-12 workstations featuring the Quadro FX 4500 equip creative professionals with the graphics tools they need to prosper."
"The NVIDIA Quadro FX 4500 is the most powerful and featured packed professional graphics solution ever delivered for workstation applications," said Jeff Brown, general manager for NVIDIA professional products. "Users of Alienware MJ-12 workstations powered by this solution will be able to take advantage of a significantly increased level of performance, FSAA quality, SLI capability, and G-Sync to generate incredibly realistic images at the highest performance."