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NVIDIA Quadro FX4500 X2

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Published on 24 April 2006 01:00 AM EDT
Written by Michael Larabel in NVIDIA
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Not only has ATI Technologies come to the table with their new FireGL workstation cards today, but NVIDIA has also unleashed a new professional graphics solution. The Quadro FX4500 X2, as NVIDIA has called it, utilizes dual GPUs each with 512MB of video memory. Its memory interface is 256-bit and the memory bandwidth is 33.6GB/s. Other features include two dual-link DVI-I connectors, a stereo connector, and SLI, SDI and G-Sync capabilities. If NVIDIA is continuing in their approximate 4 month/3 week release cycle, we should expect to see new NVIDIA Linux drivers within a couple of weeks from this point -- and we certainly do expect support for the NVIDIA Quadro FX4500 X2 in the upcoming release. More details for the Quadro FX4500 X2 are available at NVIDIA.

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