Nvidia Launches New Line Of Quadro GPUs

"Nvidia has unveiled a new line of professional graphics solutions that deliver increased GPU power and functionality. New products in the line include the Quadro FX 4600, Quadro FX 5600, and the Quadro Plex VCS Model IV."

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Author: PV5150
Source: DigiTimes

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Nvidia has just unveiled a new line of professional graphics solutions; including the Quadro FX 4600, Quadro FX 5600, and the Quadro Plex VCS Model IV.

The new cards are suitable for application in industries including automotive styling and design, oil and gas exploration, medical imaging, visual simulation and training, scientific research, and advanced visual effects, according to Nvidia.
Additional features in the new Quadro solutions include faster 3D texturing and 8K×8K texture processing for better performance when zooming and panning of high-resolution images; Nvidia SLI technology for improved graphics performance; dual dual-link display connectivity; and Nvidia PureVideo technology for better picture clarity, smooth video playback, and accurate color and precise image scaling for standard- and high-definition content.

You can expect the Quadro FX 4600 to retail around US$1995 and the Quadro FX 5600 US$2999 respectively.

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05-03-2007, 12:38:03

Phnom_Penh


Sorry, Comanche didn`t cut it for me. Well put it this way, I played Gunship to death, and haven`t found a copter game on the pc that can touch it.

Gunship! was the PC version of Gunship 2000, although it was never finished properly. Have a look at Jane's Longbow.

05-03-2007, 14:50:57

Mullet

Gunship! was the PC version of Gunship 2000, although it was never finished properly. Have a look at Jane's Longbow.



Narrow it down for me lads!!

05-03-2007, 14:54:12

Phnom_Penh
I'd say either Commanche Hokum or Apache Havoc. It kinda depends whether you want a fun game or a realistic game. I think Gunship! was more of a fun game, where as CH or AH, and Jane's are realistic sims.

05-03-2007, 19:56:28

BUFF
Gunship! imo scores more highly from the immersion/tactics side whereas Longbow/EECH score better on the system simulator side.

They all should be cheap as chips (EECH was 99p in Sainsbury's iirc a few weeks ago!) so get the lot! :p

06-03-2007, 03:33:38

Sticky Mick
Got a few whirly bird sims myself. Some really old ones as well.

KA50 Hokum (An old 486 job, that one)
DiD Apache Longbow & Hind (Graphics looking really dated now)
Gunship (Great, still play that one)
EE/Apache v Havoc & EE/Comanche v Hokum (Sadly they don't work on XP)

Like the look of the new EE one though. Prolly gonna be DX10 only though:(

06-03-2007, 04:08:23

BUFF

G
EE/Apache v Havoc & EE/Comanche v Hokum (Sadly they don't work on XP)




mmm, they do ...
http://www.eechcentral.com/wiki/index.php?title=Main_Page
http://home.planet.nl/~ek000114/gotcha/

06-03-2007, 05:26:30

Sticky Mick
Now I've hit a dumb moment:p

So are these a complete new game or is it a patch to bring the Razorworks sims up to date?

This is the EE/Apache v Havoc that I've got I've got:

[IMG]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v480/StickyMick/art_box.jpg[/IMG]

The Comanche v Hokum is very similar, by Razorworks as well.

06-03-2007, 05:26:52

Mullet
DX10 sims....yes please!!

06-03-2007, 07:12:43

BUFF

So are these a complete new game or is it a patch to bring the Razorworks sims up to date?


Patches.
Razorworks released the source code to the community but retained the right to use any community improvements.
It will be interesting to see how different the updated EECH2 is from the community upgraded EECH.

Anyway, better to ask your questions on http://www.simhq.com/forum/ubbthreads.php?ubb=postlist&Board=13&page=1 as I haven't run EEAH or EECH in a while.

06-03-2007, 09:05:56

Phnom_Penh
Ap Havoc always worked on XP for me :\.
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