Nvidia announces Quadro FX 3500M mobile graphics

By on December 5, 2006, 8:05 PM
The graphics giant announced today their latest Quadro high performance solution for mobile workstations, set to debut on the readily available Dell Precision M90 system. The new Quadro FX 3500M is aimed at 3D artists, designers and professional offering extensive support for OpenGL and DirectX APIs, 512MB GDDR3 memory, a 256-bit memory interface, 38.4GB/s memory bandwidth, and a 2GB/s pixel read back.

This new Quadro FX graphics solution is available immediately as an option on the award-winning Dell Precision™ M90 system. The Dell Precision M90 is one of the most powerful mobile workstation solutions ever offered by Dell, delivering the performance and features on-the-go Engineers, Artists, and Professionals demand in an ISV-certified mobile platform.
Nvidia did not mention any other immediate OEM partner for this launch in the release, so for the time being the new Quadro seems to be available from Dell only. The Precision M90 mobile workstation starts at $2,799 with a Core 2 Duo chip, and in excess of $3000 with a few more added goodies.

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