In line with the release of Windows Vista, NVIDIA have just issued out a press release emphasising their dedication towards providing you the best Vista experience with Vista-Certified GPUs and motherboards.
Get the full rundown in their press room folks.
SANTA CLARA, CA-JANUARY 30, 2007-Today's launch of Microsoft Windows Vista marks the first time that a major operating system requires a graphics processing unit (GPU) for the best experience. In fact, both The New York Times and CNET Networks have reported that Windows Vista requires a graphics processor, while USA Today noted that, "To use Vista's slick graphical interface, users need a sophisticated graphics card."
To meet the needs of enterprise and consumer PC users, NVIDIA Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA) has certified the industry's broadest range of GPUs and media and communications processors (MCPs) to be Windows Vista Ready. NVIDIA is the only graphics company with four generations of GPUs and MCPs to be certified by Microsoft to be Windows Vista Premium Ready, and the only graphics company to release Microsoft DirectX 10-capable GPUs. For consumers, this means a stellar out-of-the-box experience with Windows Vista driven by the NVIDIA hardware inside the PC.
Last updated: Dec 4, 2019 at 01:47 pm CST
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