Nvidia's Dual-GPU SFF Card Packs a Punch

Nvidia has released the industry’s only low-profile professional graphics solution designed for maximum display real estate in a Small Form Factor (SFF) package. The Quadro NVS 420 packs a punch.

The new Quadro NVS 420 compliments the ever increasing popularity of the small form factor PC. Although not mainstream yet, they could be in the near future – even in the workplace. Having a physically smaller computer means less physical space required. Not to mention that small form factor computer cases add a bit of elegance to your workspace on the job or at home.

With support for up to four 30-inch displays at a resolution of 2560x1600 pixels each, business professionals that require a lot of digital desktop real estate can maximize their productivity with the use of display management tools such as Nvidia nView.

Quoting Jeff Brown, general manager of Professional Solutions at Nvidia:

“The convenience of small form factor computers can now finally be matched with remarkable business graphics and digital display capabilities. The Quadro NVS 420 transforms these small form factor machines into business graphics powerhouses.”

Computer aided drafting (CAD) specialists or graphic design artists will surely enjoy the capabilities of the Quadro NVS 420 (if they are in need of a powerhouse low-profile card). This card comes equipped with a  large frame buffer and high memory bandwidth, something that is definitely required by many digital signage installations.

The Nvidia Quadro NVS 420 should be available this coming February, carrying a price-tag of roughly US$499.00. More information on Nvidia Quadro technology can be obtained here.

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  • Pei-chen
    Is Matrix still around? Isn't multi-monitor workstation graphics Matrix's specialty?
  • ram1009
    Elegance in the workplace????? What a load of crap. Sounds like something Steve Jobs would sell.
  • Tindytim
    4 monitors at 2560x1600!?

    Considering all the monitors I've seen at that resolution are +30', I don't see how you could fit all of those on a single Desktop. I have two 24' monitors on my desk now, and they take up quite a bit of space. It seems like the space you'd save on the PC form factor would be quickly lost by using 4 monitors.