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3dfx - NVIDIA  Profile

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3dfx - NVIDIA  Company Overview

With headquarters in San Jose, California, 3dfx Interactive was a company that manufactured graphics cards and 3D graphics processing units.

3dfx Interactive was a very successful enterprise in the late 1990s, but by the end of the year 2000, the company was suffering large financial losses.

Ultimately, NVIDIA Corporation acquired the IP and some key employees of 3dfx and integrated its technology into the NVIDIA portfolio.

NVIDIA Corporation makes a wide range of 3D processors for computing, gaming, entertainment and automotive applications.

3dfx - NVIDIA  Products

The types of products manufactured by 3dfx - NVIDIA include GeForce Graphics Processor Units, nForce Media and Communications Processors, Quadro NVS GPUs, DualTV MCE tuner card, GeForce Go GPUs, PCI Express GPUs and Graphics ICs.

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