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Psychsoftpc announces that the Psyborg Extreme Workstation Master Edition now features the Fermi based NVidia Quadro 5000 GPU

Psychsoftpc announces that the Psyborg Extreme Graphics Workstation Master Edition now features the Fermi based NVidia Quadro 5000 GPU. The Quadro 5000 professional graphics card, delivers up to 4x faster performance than the previous generation

2010-09-18
NORTH QUINCY, MA, September 18, 2010 (Press-News.org) Psychsoftpc, a Massachusetts based US high performance computer manufacturer, announces that the Psyborg Extreme Graphics Workstation Master Edition, available in Windows 7 Ultimate and SUSE Linux SLED versions, now features the Fermi based NVidia Quadro 5000 GPU. The Quadro 5000 professional graphics card, delivers up to 4x faster performance than the previous generation across a broad range of design, animation and video applications. Featuring a new Scalable Geometry Engine technology, the Quadro 5000 can process up to an amazing 950 million triangles per second, setting the standard for 3D performance benchmarks. Integrating high-performance computing with advanced visualization, the Quadro 5000 transforms modern workflows.

In fact, many modern applications, such as Adobe CS 5, can harness the NVIDIA CUDA parallel processing power of the Quadro 5000 GPU to deliver performance gains up to 8x faster when running computationally intensive applications such as ray tracing, video processing and computational fluid dynamics. For high-precision, data-sensitive applications, Quadro is the only professional graphics solution with ECC memory and fast double precision capabilities to ensure the accuracy and fidelity of results. From medical imaging to structural analysis applications, data integrity and precision is assured, without sacrificing performance.

But what good is a graphics card, even one as impressive as the Quadro 5000, without a computer that's equal to the task. Combine the Quadro 5000 workstation GPU with the Intel Core i7 975 Processor and 12 gig of DDR3 RAM in the Psyborg Extreme Graphics Workstation Master Edition, and you get a machine that's up to some of the most challenging graphics and computational tasks around such as modeling tidal currents, studying weather patterns, creating and rendering 3D CGI cinema, creating special effects for film and television, modeling chemicals, creating graphics and flash, and designing aircraft, automobiles and boats. Previous generations of the Psyborg Extreme Workstations have been cited as among the fastest PCs on the planet. Now, with the addition of the new Quadro 5000 GPU, the Psyborg Extreme Graphics Workstation Master Edition is even faster.

The full line of ,a href="http://www.psychsoftpc.com/psyborg_extreme_workstation.htm"_Psyborg Extreme Workstations_/a_ are available with your choice of Windows 7 Ultimate or SUSE Linux SLED operating systems pre-installed. Each machine is assembled by one technician from start to finish to ensure a quality finished product. And each machine is made with attention to detail right here in Massachusetts, USA.

Information on the entire Psyborg Extreme Graphics Workstation line can be found by visiting http://www.psychsoftpc.com/psyborg_extreme_workstation.htm or by calling Psychsoftpc at 617-471-8733

Psychsoftpc
P.O. Box 232
North Quincy MA 02171
617-471-8733

http://www.psychsoftpc.com


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[Press-News.org] Psychsoftpc announces that the Psyborg Extreme Workstation Master Edition now features the Fermi based NVidia Quadro 5000 GPU
Psychsoftpc announces that the Psyborg Extreme Graphics Workstation Master Edition now features the Fermi based NVidia Quadro 5000 GPU. The Quadro 5000 professional graphics card, delivers up to 4x faster performance than the previous generation