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— 3:56 PM on January 9, 2001

NVIDIA is coming to the Power Mac G4. Read NVIDIA's press release:

NVIDIA Graphics Standard on Apple's New Power Mac G4 Systems

SANTA CLARA, CA - January 9, 2000 - NVIDIA® (Nasdaq - NVDA) Corporation today announced its initial entry into the Macintosh® market with its GeForce2 MXTM graphics processing unit (GPU). NVIDIA's award-winning GeForce2 MX is included in Apple's® new line of Power MacTM G4 computers unveiled today. The combination of blazingly fast graphics processing and powerful features, such as sophisticated transform and lighting and the NVIDIA Shading RasterizerTM (NSR) for per-pixel shading capabilities, provides unprecedented interactive realism to the Macintosh platform.

More on the GeForce 2 MX on the Macintosh can be found here. Veritas sends word that the Mac OS X will be released on March 24. C|Net has more coverage of Macworld 2001 in San Francisco.
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