Windows Vista is expected to help graphics card makers see increased profits from rising high-end card demand. As the Vista OS requires higher standard graphics cards, demand for high-end product lines are expected to heat up. Systems featuring the Vista OS will need GPUs that supports 256MB of memory adding that the adoption of Vista will help the current high-end line migrate into the mainstream market within a shorter time. Part of NVIDIA’s high-end GPUs, including the GeForce 6000/7000 series, now support the Vista OS. In addition, middle-range graphics cards can be upgraded through drivers.

Windows Vista is expected to help graphics card makers see increased profits from rising high-end card demand. As the Vista OS requires higher standard graphics cards, demand for high-end product lines are expected to heat up. Systems featuring the Vista OS will need GPUs that supports 256MB of memory adding that the adoption of Vista will help the current high-end line migrate into the mainstream market within a shorter time. Part of NVIDIA’s high-end GPUs, including the GeForce 6000/7000 series, now support the Vista OS. In addition, middle-range graphics cards can be upgraded through drivers.