PNY Technologies Verto GeForce 6200 AGP 8X Available Now

Jan 28, 2005

PNY Technologies, Inc., today announced its Verto GeForce 6200 AGP 8X graphics cards. Based on the award-winning NVIDIA GeForce 6 Series graphics processing units (GPUs), the Verto GeForce 6200 brings the acclaimed features of the high-end Verto GeForce 6800 family to the mainstream market. The PNY Verto GeForce 6200 is available now from leading retailers for a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $169.00.

"Although geared to the value PC segment, this card includes an advanced graphics feature set. In fact, it achieves extraordinary performances in the most demanding games, such as Far Cry and Painkiller," said Craig Wiener, PNY Technologies product manager for consumer graphics cards. "The latest addition to our Verto GeForce 6 series lineup is an affordable mainstream card that packs enough power and performance to play today’s games the way they’re meant to be played."

PNY Technologies Verto GeForce 6200 AGP 8X Features:

- A 4-pipe superscalar GPU architecture;

- A 300MHz GPU clock and 128-bit DDR memory interface;

- A 275MHz DDR memory clock and 550MHz memory data rate;

- Microsoft® DirectX® 9.0 Shader Model 3.0 support;

- A GPU fan-sink cooling solution;

- VGA + DVI outputs and an HDTV output that supports S-video;

- A DVI to VGA adapter and HDTV interface pod; and

- An S-video cable and an external ‘Y’ adapter power cable.

The 6200 AGP is the only card in the mainstream segment that supports Microsoft® DirectX® 9.0 Shader Model 3.0 for ultra-realistic images, and unmatched performance. In order to address the growing demand from PC users for advanced video functionality and the ultimate multimedia experience, the card includes an on-chip video processor—a first in the industry. For next-generation applications and games that feature complex scenes with multiple light sources and objects, NVIDIA’s Ultrashadow™ II delivers 4x the shadow processing power over the previous generation.

PNY Technologies provides a comprehensive retail line of Verto graphics cards powered by cutting-edge, NVIDIA graphics technology. With multiple PCI Express bus, AGP bus (Accelerated Graphic Port) and PCI bus (Peripheral Component Interconnect) compatible cards, Verto’s broad product line provides an ideal graphic card solution for amateurs to enthusiasts. PNY Technologies also offers hi-speed Verto memory and memory cooling kits.

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