The new ELSA Synergy 2000 is based on the NVIDIA Quadro2 EX graphics chipset that offers superb performance at an affordable price point for entry level professional graphics applications. The graphics board comes with 32MB of SDRAM memory with an AGP interface that supports up to 4x transfers. Embedded with a 350MHz RAMDAC for a maximum resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels at true 32-bit colors, the Synergy 2000 offers 350 million pixels/second of fill rate performance and a polygon rate at 20 million/second. Although its specifications pale in comparison with today's high-end gaming graphics card, what sets the Synergy 2000 apart from the rest is its exceptional driver support for professional graphics applications. Let's put it this way, no one uses a gaming card (e.g. a GeForce3) for AutoCAD or 3D Studio Max.
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