New NVIDIA Personal Cinema FX Combines Cutting Edge Graphics Hardware with a Robust Multimedia Software Package to Transform Desktop PCs into Complete Digital Entertainment Centers

Brea, California — August 11, 2003 EVGA.com Corp. today announced the availability of the NVIDIA Personal Cinema FX 5200 and the Personal Cinema FX 5600, a new entertainment solution based on NVIDIA Personal Cinema(TM) FX hardware and software technologies. The industry's most complete digital entertainment solution for desktop PCs, NVIDIA Personal Cinema FX, allows consumers to enjoy a combination of personal video recording (PVR) capabilities, industry-leading GeForce(TM) FX 3D graphics and a robust software suite that enables easy DVD playback, burning and video editing. The new GeForce FX graphics processing units (GPUs), with full support for Microsoft DirectX 9.0 NVIDIA Personal Cinema is backed by the compatibility, stability and reliability that is synonymous with NVIDIA-based products.

EVGA.com successfully launched the GeForce 4 MX 440 8X GPU based NVIDIA Personal Cinema with EVGA.com’s proprietary GUI (Graphical User Interface) provides ease of use when accessing your multimedia applications. EVGA.com’s next generation GUI not only simplifies, but also provides a complete PVR (Personal Video Recorder) feeling such as scheduling, recording and watching TV programs. In addition, you can play DVD’s, listen to music, view photos, as well as edit and record movies with the click of a mouse.

With NVIDIA Personal Cinema FX, consumers can:

• Watch TV and DVDs on your PC. Watch the shows you want, when you want with Personal Video Recorder (PVR) functionality and a free electronic programming guide. Simultaneous watch and record allows for recording live TV while watching your favorite DVD movie. NVIDIA NVDVD 2.0 software enables crisp DVD playback and dynamic Dolby Digital audio.

• Edit and record digital video content with ease. The NVIDIA Personal Cinema features Ulead VideoStudio 6 SE and Ulead DVD MovieFactory, a robust and easy-to-use software suite for advanced and novice users alike.

• Burn TV, home movies or any video source directly to DVD, CD or your hard drive. Advanced recording capabilities allow you to record directly to DVD or CDs in real-time. In addition, DVD recording capabilities enable consumers to create or expand their digital libraries by transforming old VHS content, or any video source, directly to DVD or CD with just a few clicks of the mouse.

• Play the latest 3D games the way they’re meant to be played with GeForce FX graphics. The only top-to-bottom family of GPUs compatible with Microsoft DirectX 9, GeForce FX GPUs are engineered for compatibility with the latest gaming and multimedia software, and are ready to unleash a new era of cinematic computing.

• Control your entire entertainment experience with a RF remote and A/V breakout box. Designed and preprogrammed for advanced functionality, including mouse capabilities, this wireless remote arms consumers with an easy way to command their PC’s CD/DVD player, TV tuner, PVR, and MP3 player from anywhere in the home. A sleek Audio/Video breakout box adds to the functionality by serving as a digital media hub for connecting, VCRs, camcorders, or any other peripheral for easy downloading and uploading.

For more information on Personal Cinema, please visit http://www.evga.com.

About EVGA.com
Founded in 1999, EVGA.com is privately held, and located in Brea, California. EVGA.com, a recognized leader in board level graphics card solutions available for system integrators, gaming enthusiasts, and workstations for businesses, government, education or healthcare institutions. EVGA.com sets itself apart from the other add-in board makers with its unprecedented customer service, quality control and assurance; resulting in one of the highest customer loyalty ratings in the industry. EVGA.com’s GeForce based graphics cards can be found at Best Buy, Office Depot, Micro Center, and many online e-tailors or purchased on the EVGA.com website. For more information, please visit http://www.EVGA.com.