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NVIDIA

(NVIDIA Corporation, Santa Clara, CA, www.nvidia.com) A leading designer of graphics and mobile processors. Founded in 1993 by Jen-Hsun Huang, Chris Malachowsky and Curtis Priem, NVIDIA launched its first multimedia processor, the NV1, in 1995. NVIDIA is a fabless company (chips are made elsewhere) that is known worldwide for its advanced technologies. NVIDIA chips with brand names such as GeForce, Quadro, Titan and Tegra are built into the products of numerous vendors. See GeForce, Tegra, Titan, NVIDIA SHIELD, Physx, SLI, CUDA and 3D Vision.


Inside NVIDIA Headquarters
NVIDIA's home office in Santa Clara, California is about as space age as its products.
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According to NVIDEA, the GTX 750 Ti GPU's small physical
HP uses Nvidea and ATI graphics cards, though the demand is generally for Nvidea.
As with other workstation vendors, IBM principally offers Nvidea graphics cards, including the Quadro FX 4500 X2, which is essentially a dual graphics card that fits into one slot.
Throw in four game controller parts, rather than the usual two, for easy multiplayer gaming, added peripherals, an NVidea graphics processing unit, a front loading DVD tray and a multi-signal audio-video connector for easy connection to TVs and home theatre systems, and Xbox promises unrivalled technology and the most realistic home gaming experience so far.
NVIDEA announced its new graphics accelerator for Mac Pros today, promising "the most powerful professional-class GPU ever for the Macintosh" that will bring "unprecedented visualisation and computation capabilities".
Quadro K5000 is based on NVIDEA's Kepler architecture and includes Cinema 4K