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GIGABYTE Technology Seminar at Computex 2010: Performance and Flexibility - GIGABYTE Server, Workstation and Graphics

GIGABYTE had a huge showing at Computex 2010, but their products will change computing across the globe.

| Trade Shows | Posted: Jun 6, 2010 1:15 pm
Manufacturer: GIGABYTE

GIGABYTE Server, Workstation and Graphics

 

Sometimes it is difficult to look past GIGABYTE's extensive lineup of desktop products, but they also have many server and workstation class products.

 

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The GIGABYTE GA-7TESM EATX Flagship Server Motherboards for Intel Xeon 5600/5500 CPUs.

 

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The GIGABYTE GA-3AESH Server Motherboard for AMD Opteron 6100 CPUs and Quad Channel DDR3.

 

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A pair of Intel Xeon 5600 / 5500 workstation / server boards.

 

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Single Socket Xeon 3400 Series Motherboards.

 

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GIGABYTE is also one of the leading graphics card manufacturers. Here we see some of the latest video cards coming from GIGABYTE.

 

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