Purchasing PNY NVIDIA Quadro

PNY NVIDIA Quadro video accelerators are advanced cards for professional users. These cards inherit all the features of GeForce reference design, including a SLI support. In this way, PNY NVIDIA Quadro video cards are the best choice for a scientific design and calculations due to the support of extra high performance modes. A possibility to display an OpenGL window for some displays is appreciated by scientific organizations and researchers.

The graphical accelerator PNY NVIDIA Quadro FX 4400G combines all the opportunities and functions of FX4400 with two advanced functions, FrameLock and GenLock. Both functions allow synchronizing an output video signal from the card PNY NVIDIA Quadro FX 4400G with external devices. Each function provides a separate solution.

FrameLock permits synchronizing of image output channels for some workstations to put one big virtual monitor. The system is controlled by a cluster from some systems with a scalable performance. This function is used for apartments and video walls and good for the development of design and prototypes and performing visualization of the collective work. The analysis of constructions, teaching and imitating systems are the best usages for such systems.

GenLock is also called House Sync. This function gives a possibility of synchronizing a graphics output with an external source of synchronizing signal. It is a vital solution for broadcasting and post production operations (for instance, super positioning, non linear mounting, sound synchronization, etc.).

The solution for the professional visualization, PNY NVIDIA Quadro FX 4400G, includes the following components: a professional graphical card NVIDIA Quadro FX4400; a card FrameLock/GenLock PNY NVIDIA Quadro G-Sync; extensions for Windows API (WGL) and Linux API (X and GLX), provided by NVIDIA. These extensions allow applications to apply all the opportunities of the hardware solution FX 4400 G (FX 4400 + G Sync).

The family PNY NVIDIA Quadro supports an advanced technology SLI (Scalable Link Interface), which presents a highly developed approach for increasing a scalability and performance for video cards. Depending on the usage area, the NVIDIA SLI can provide a double increase of the performance. At the same time, this technology provides the best quality of image.

The technology SLI permits combining two graphical processors NVIDIA Quadro for opening the window OpenGL for some displays or for executing one application at each graphical processor. The SLI combination let achieve the maximal performance of the professional graphics output for one monitor. It happens due to the combination of resources and two graphical processors NVIDIA Quadro. The technology NVIDIA SLI may display a video image of the best quality in digital and analogues formats.

The SLI supports two working modes:

- SLI Multi View Mode allows to stretch one window of the OpenGL application with the hardware acceleration or to start one application for each processor with the output to some monitors.

- SLI Frame Rendering Mode. Two cards PCI Express, connected with the SLI adapter, provide transparent combining of their resources, working for one display and acting from the operation system's point of view as a single graphical card.

You can organize the SLI pair work of graphical accelerators with two identical cards NVIDIA Quadro FX (4400, 3400 and 1400) and SLI connector.

In fact, the video cards NVIDIA Quadro FX 1300 by the PNY Company are the most profitable graphical solutions of the workstation class. They have abilities for extended programming of tops and pixel processing. The video cards have a graphical processor with the 128-digit precision of float calculations. There is twelve digit precision at a sub-pixels level. There is also a high level full-screen anti-aliasing.

The new PNY GeForce video cards are great tools for professional work, since they support a technology High Precision Dynamic Range Imaging Technology. One more advantage is a usage of Unified Driver Architecture.

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