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FOXCONN Brings to Market New Line-up of GeForce 7 Series Graphics Cards

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FOXCONN, the global leader in the design and manufacture of computer, communications and consumer electronic components, today announced its complete line-up of PCI-Express graphics cards based around the acclaimed architecture of the NVIDIA GeForce 7 Series GPUs. This comprehensive range of RoHS compliant, high-performance graphics cards caters to a broad range of market segments, from enthusiasts and professional users, to mainstream and entry-level users.


“Foxconn has leveraged its expertise in the PC components business and worked closely with NVIDIA to develop this complete range of graphics solutions,” commented Vincent Yuan, General Manger of Foxconn Channel Services Division. “Our channel customers, whether they are distributors, resellers or system integrators, have the ability to meet the needs of all market segments and applications effectively with one comprehensive series of graphics cards based on the acclaimed NVIDIA GeForce 7 Series GPUs, and all from one source.”

In addition to enabling unparalleled levels of 3D gaming performance and a rich digital media experience, Foxconn graphics cards ensure full support for the forthcoming Microsoft Windows Vista operating system, giving piece of mind to distributors and system integrators.



Foxconn’s high-end graphics cards are spearheaded by the FV-N795M4D2-OD, which is powered by dual NVIDIA GeForce 7950 GX2 GPUs on one single card, creating arguably the world’s highest performance single-slot graphics solution with unsurpassed levels of performance in today’s most demanding 3D games. With support for NVIDIA SLI™ and a whopping 1.0 GB of high-speed GDDR3 memory, the FV-N795M4D2-OD offers the kind of performance levels once thought only possible with dual card set-ups. The card also supports Dual-Link Display outputs with resolutions of up to 2560 x 1600, Microsoft® DirectX® 9.0c Shader Model 3.0 and OpenGL® API, as well as Dual Dual –Link DVI-I and HDTV-Out connectors. What’s more, it offers the most power hungry extreme gamers the almost unbelievable prospect of a future upgrade path to Quad SLI set-ups.



Another high-end solution well-suited to the needs of enthusiasts is the FV-N79GM3D2-HP, which is based on the NVIDIA GeForce 7950 GT GPU and supports 512 MB GDDR3 memory, PureVideo™ HD Support, Full HDCP Support and NVIDIA SLI set ups. It boasts a Dual-Link Display output with 2560 x 1600 resolution, support for Microsoft DirectX 9.0c, SM 3.0 and OpenGL API, as well as Dual Dual-Link DVI-I and HDTV-Out connectors. The FV-N79GM2D2-HP offers the same features, but with 256 MB of GDDR3 memory.



Foxconn’s mainstream offerings are led by the FV-N76TM2D2, which is based on the GeForce 7600GT GPU and supports 256 MB of GDDR3 memory running at 1400MHz. Other mainstream solutions include the FV-N76SM2DT and the FV-N76SM2DT, both of which are based on the GeForce 7600GS GPU along with GeForce 7300GT-Based FV-N73TM3DT/2DT. Like their higher-end cousins, these mid-range offerings all support high-performance gaming through NVIDIA SLI™ technology, and offer the opportunity for budget-conscious gamers to create a much-craved dual graphics card set up.



Entry-level markets are addressed through the GeForce 7300LE-based FV-N73EM2DT/1DT and 7100GS based FV-N71SM2DT/1DT, these solutions bring rich feature-sets to value markets, and include support for Microsoft DirectX 9.0 and SM 3.0 to ensure full compatibility with the forthcoming Microsoft Vista operating system, not to mention support for high definition video and the latest 3D games.

Availability and price

The full product line is available now in worldwide distribution channels.

Source: FOXCONN
 

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Dual 7950 GX2 = 4 GPU's on one card?
 
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nope they just worded it strangely.... it still looks like a standard 7950. 1 gpu per card with 2 cards stuck together with masking tape and claimed to be a single card :p
 

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I wonder if these are made in sweatshops too. Oh and you might want to becareful when reporting things about Foxconn TPU, they tend to like to freeze reporters assets and bring pointless lawsuits against them. You might be next.