Taipei - October 22, 2003
GIGABYTE Technology, the worldwide leading IT product provider, unveils its new NVIDIA® graphics card strategy today. Continuing with
its successful partnership of NVIDIA nForce based platforms, GIGABYTE now adds to its wide range of products, a series of NVIDIA GeForce GPU based graphics cards to fulfill the market expectations and customer
demands for outstanding graphical solutions on the various computing platforms.
GIGABYTE had in the past one year announced a series of performance motherboards supporting NVIDIA nForce3 150 PRO, NVIDIA nForce3 150, NVIDIA nForce2 400 series and NVIDIA nForce 2 IGP, which gained worldwide medias’ recognitions. Furthermore, GIGABYTE will be releasing a new series of graphics accelerators supporting the latest NVIDIA GeForce GPU with versatile features and benefits for the enthusiast and the mainstream market.
“GIGABYTE is an award-winning supplier of both graphics boards and motherboard products and they are indeed an ideal partner for
NVIDIA,” said Jeff Fisher executive vice president of worldwide sales at NVIDIA. “The fact that they have decided to renew their partnership with
NVIDIA and to use our graphics processing units is a testament to our products, our relationships and the support network we have in place for our board partners.”
“GIGABYTE is always proud of providing quality products with leading technologies to the market. We foresee a synergistic integration with NVIDIA and GIGABYTE to create more consumer benefits to end users when digital home entertainment becomes more and more mainstream
in the coming years.” said David Chiang, general manager of Gigabyte Channel Business.
Gigabyte graphics accelerators based on the NVIDIA GeForce FX 5900, GeForce FX5600, GeForce FX5200 and GeForce MX 440-8X series of graphics accelerators are expected to be available by early November worldwide.
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I kinda saw this one coming!