DO MORE IN 3D WITH AUTOCAD 2011 AND NVIDIA® QUADRO® PROFESSIONAL GRAPHICS SOLUTIONS
AutoCAD 2011 adds powerful new 3D features and visual styles to help explore your ideas. To take full advantage of AutoCAD 2011, experience superior image quality, and realize true interactive performance, you need a NVIDIA Quadro professional graphics solution. Quadro lets designers dial up the complexity of their designs, visualize them in software and work out any issues before moving to production, thereby increasing productivity and eliminating waste.
Each year, NVIDIA and Autodesk together spend over 2,000 engineering hours to test, certify, and optimize the latest Quadro and AutoCAD solutions. This collaborative development process reduces the likelihood of issues that could interrupt your workflow causing down time.
NVIDIA Quadro is the right choice for professionals, enabling designers and engineers to deliver AutoCAD 2011 projects on time and within budget. So don't settle for less! Get Quadro, the Autodesk-certified and recommended choice for AutoCAD. Autodesk created AutoCAD 2011 to take designs further. Proven Quadro solutions will get you there faster!
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NVIEW MULTI-DISPLAY TECHNOLOGY AutoCAD professionals can efficiently leverage multiple displays using nView® desktop and application management features that are unique to Quadro graphics solutions. nView provides a robust set of tools to efficiently set up multiple monitors, manage a variety of different desktops, and run multiple windows and applications simultaneously to maximize productivity. Key features include:
EXTENDED TASKBAR - Extend the Windows taskbar across multiple displays so that each taskbar contains only the programs that are open on that display
GRIDLINES - Divide monitors into grids for more efficient use of larger screen real estate
VIRTUAL DESKTOPS - Create, customize, and switch between different desktops for specific jobs, to reduce on-screen "clutter"