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  • Pair it with an NVIDIA nForce MCP

    Windows Vista is the first Windows operating system designed to provide a rich, multimedia experience through a visually stunning user interface. To fully experience Windows Vista, Microsoft and other industry experts recommend using a PC that is 10* times more powerful than those required by previous generations of Windows. NVIDIA nForce®-based PCs deliver the uncompromising performance, quality and reliability essential for the full Windows Vista experience.

Windows Vista Ready GPUs Windows Vista™ is the first Windows operating system that directly utilizes the power of a dedicated GPU (graphics processing unit). NVIDIA® GPUs are essential for accelerating the Windows Vista experience by offering an enriched 3D user interface, increased productivity, vibrant photos, smooth, high-definition videos, and realistic games.

Premium 3D User Experience Premium 3D User Experience
  • Drives the Windows Vista Aero user interface
  • Second processor for the PC dedicated to graphics, offloading the work from the CPU for better performance in multimedia-rich environments
Increased Productivity Increased Productivity
  • Faster desktop response time and efficient multi-tasking
  • Instant access to multiple open windows
  • Support for multiple monitors
Crisp, Vibrant Photos Crisp, Vibrant Photos
  • Unprecedented color clarity with NVIDIA Digital Vibrance Control™
  • Photo viewing and management in high-fidelity resolutions
Smooth, High-Definition Videos Smooth, High-Definition Videos
  • Ultra-smooth HD DVD and Blu-ray™ Disc playback with NVIDIA PureVideo™ HD technology
  • Easy output to your TV or HDTV
Ultra-realistic Games Ultra-realistic Games
  • Accelerates the latest standards in 3D
  • Unparalleled performance
  • Stability, reliability and compatibility
For a complete list of NVIDIA solutions for Windows Vista, please visit our Solutons page.


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