Company News: Page (1) of 1 - 10/16/01 Email this story to a friend. email article Print this page (Article printing at page facebook's Performance Analyzer on NVIDIA and VisionTek Web Sites

(October 16, 2001) today announced that two US companies have integrated its Performance Analyzer to their sites. NVIDIA and Visiontek have incorporated's Performance Analyzer as a branded service to their clients and site visitors. The service enables shoppers to view their system components and see how much more performance their PC can get with different products offered on partner sites. To ensure privacy, only hardware attributes are captured during the session. No software or other personal information is required. The performance analysis is based on MadOnion's proprietary online performance database of over 3,000,000 performance benchmark results. In order to use this unique service, that quantifies the performance of your PC, please visit:

"NVIDIA is dedicated to providing all of the necessary tools and products in order to deliver the ultimate gaming experience", said Dan Vivoli, Vice President of marketing at NVIDIA. "The Performance Analyzer is just one of the many tools that NVIDIA looks to - with a click of the button a consumer can easily see how much adding a new graphics processing unit will improve their performance, making the purchasing decision a quick and easy one." has emerged as the leading provider of benchmarking resources for the PC industry "The Performance Analyzer service gives our partners a significant competitive advantage. The benefits include customer retention, a significant reduction in development time and costs, and faster time to market with minimum risk because of our proven analytics and expertise", said Tero Sarkkinen, Executive Vice President of Sales for

Even for the most knowledgeable consumers, shopping for PCs and components on the Internet has required complex decisions based on subjective input or personal bias.'s Performance Analyzer service makes the process of making intelligent PC purchasing decisions SIMPLE. It provides quick and easy performance comparisons for both new PCs and components, such as graphics adapters.

According to John Malley, Director of Marketing for VisionTek, "As we continue to expand our design and manufacturing capabilities, this partnership with MadOnion comes at a perfect time. In addition to demonstrating performance gains from upgrading to a more powerful graphics card, MadOnion's Performance Analyzer solves one of the biggest challenges users have faced in selecting a new graphics card...compatibility. The Performance Analyzer automatically determines which type of display adapter (PCI or AGP) is appropriate for the user's PC. With the MadOnion Performance Analyzer, we expect to capture even more market share in the highly competitive graphics card arena by providing end users with the objective information they need to make a confident purchase decision."

Companies that design, manufacture or sell PCs and components will be able to compete for market share by offering a level of service never before known in the industry.

"By incorporating the Performance Analyzer on their site, our partners can market their products in an unprecedented fashion. Their customers can proactively make purchasing decisions based on quantifiable and objective information. They will know with certainty whether a given product is compatible with their PC and what an effect it will have on their system's overall performance - before they have to spend a dime", said Sarkkinen.

Initial user feedback is overwhelmingly positive. An amazing 77% of site visitors have responded that the Performance Analyzer has had a positive effect on their purchase decision.

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