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Inno3D Geforce 7800GT Launch: Full Throttle

Hong Kong 11th August 2005 – InnoVision Multimedia Limited, one of the world’s leading graphics card manufacturer launches the remarkable Inno3D GeForce 7800GT today. With PCI Express support and 20 pixel/clock rendering pipeline, the Inno3D Geforce 7800GT promises to continue achieving excellent speeds.

Hong Kong 11th August 2005 – InnoVision Multimedia Limited, one of the world’s leading graphics card manufacturer launches the remarkable Inno3D GeForce 7800GT today. With PCI Express support and 20 pixel/clock rendering pipeline, the Inno3D Geforce 7800GT promises to continue achieving excellent speeds.

Build to deliver mind-blowing graphic performance, the Inno3D GeForce 7800GT features a next-generation superscalar architecture and an all-new NVIDIA CineFX 4.0 engine. The CineFX 4.0 engine includes a redesigned vertex shader unit that shortens the time required to set up complex geometry processing.

In addition, a new pixel shader unit delivers up to 2x the floating point shading power of previous generation products, while an advanced texture unit incorporates new hardware algorithms to speed filtering and blending operations. All of these features combine to deliver advanced visual effects at unimaginable speeds.

The new Inno3D GeForce 7800GT is the next empowering card for NVIDIAa 7 series. Its technology breakthrough continues to
exceed its gaming limits so that gamer enthusiasts can experience extreme excitement. For further information please visit our website at www.ivmm.com or www.inno3d.com.

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