NVIDIA are showing off their new 8800 series DX10 capable GFX cards at CES with some fancy DX10 game demonstrations, allowing people to get a taste of whats to come in the world of DX10 gaming as it begins to take off this year.
For more information, grab NVIDIA's press release here.
SINGAPORE - JANUARY 10, 2007 - NVIDIA is demonstrating spectacular next-generation DirectX 10 gaming content running on NVIDIA GeForce 8800 graphics processors at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. NVIDIA GeForce 8800 graphics processing units (GPUs) and NVIDIA nForce® 680-series media and communications processors (MCPs) will demonstrate dozens of cutting edge PC games at the show including Microsoft's Games for Windows space in the Central Hall, Booth #7144, at CES.
"CES marks another milestone in the march to launch of Windows Vista and highlights NVIDIA's commitment to support this new operating system that leverages the processing power found in our GPUs," said Ned Finkle, vice president of strategic marketing at NVIDIA. "From low-priced mainstream GeForce solutions to those found in the ultimate gaming PCs being shown at CES, NVIDIA GPUs are found in a broad range of Vista-Ready PCs that offer consumers a new level of graphics performance and quality."
Last updated: Apr 6, 2020 at 09:05 pm CDT
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