Matek Announce up to £200 cash back offer on used NVIDIA Graphics Cards

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Matek Business Media in conjunction with PNY and NVIDIA announce a generous cash back offer to enable users to upgrade to the new NVIDIA high speed graphics cards.

Matek Business Media Ltd. specialist integrators and resellers of broadcast, post production and video forensic solutions announce an exclusive cash back offer for current owners of NVIDIA FX1800 or FX3800 Graphics cards when they purchase the new lightning fast PNY NVIDIA Quadro 2000, 4000 or 5000 card.*

James Hunt of Matek commented: “The benefits of the Quadro 4000 and 5000 cards are dramatic, so we wanted to give people the opportunity of experiencing significant performance increases by upgrading to these cards.”

The Quadro 4000 and 5000 graphics cards can offer up to 2.5 times faster performance than the FX 3800 card on some functions in Avid Media Composer.† The cards also improve performance in graphics and video applications such as the Adobe CS suite.
With the Matek Cash back offer you can get up to £200 back when you purchase the PNY NVIDIA Quadro 2000, 4000 or 5000 by simply sending your old card in after purchase.

This offer is available exclusively through Matek Business Media Ltd. who can be contacted on 01403 276300 (sales(at)matek(dot)net)

*Full terms available online:
† Sample Task: 4 streams, 3 crops, 3 perspective in MC 5.5.1

Matek and the Matek Logo are trademarks of Matek Business Media Ltd.

About Matek Business Media Ltd:
Matek Business Media Ltd. was established in January 1994, primarily as a specialist computer systems integrator working within the media industry. Matek went on to form strong links with many of the major Industry manufacturers like Sony, HP, IBM, Apple Computer and Avid Technologies, and is now the leading Reseller and Systems Integrator of Video, Audio, Imaging and Audio/Visual forensics systems in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

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