NVIDIA QuadroFX 3700 512MB $1,700 Graphics Card Review

Posted: Apr 9 2008, 1:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:18am CDT, in News | Review Ticker

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Hothardware published a review of the $1,700 NVIDIA QuadroFX 3700 512MB Workstation Graphics Card.

Quote from the review: "We take a look at NVIDIA’s latest entrant into the mid-range workstation graphics card market, the QuadroFX 3700. This card has an MSRP of about $1,700, which puts it smack-dab in between the price tags of NVIDIA's mid-range and ultra-high-end products, although street prices for the QuadroFX 3700 are much lower than its MSRP. This card is based on NVIDIA’s popular G92 graphics processor, which has been prominently featured in their GeForce 8800 GT / GTS lineup at a very competitive price point. Likewise, with NVIDIA's G92 GL GPU underneath the hood, this professional-grade QuadroFX should also deliver substantially better performance in high-end OpenGL applications, while tackling DirectX 10 applications similarly to the 8800 series GPU as well."
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