The Quadro FX range of workstation-class 3D graphics chips has been upgraded by NVidia. The new line includes six models ranging from the entry-level Quadro FX 350 to the flagship Quadro FX 5500, which boasts 1GB of graphics RAM. Cards based on the processors are expected soon from PNY, and within workstations from vendors including Alienware, Boxx and IBM.

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Above the Quadro FX 350 is the FX 550, which features dual-DVI output and 128MB RAM. The FX 560 adds dual-link support for high-resolution monitors such as Apple’s 30-inch Cinema Display, and HD video output.
The Quadro FX 1500 has two dual-link DVI connectors, 256MB of GDDR3 frame buffer memory and supports HD video output. The Quadro FX 3500 replaces the FX 3400, which was a staple of high-end 3D systems.
Pricing for boards based on the processors has yet to be announced.<BR>
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