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Computex 2003 Coverage - Day 3 - VIA Technology Forum - Performance Computing

Day 3 of Computex in Taiwan concluded yesterday and we visited Kingmax Technology, Cyber Link, XFX, Thermaltake and Cooler Master as well as attending the VIA Technology Forum.

| Trade Shows | Posted: Sep 24, 2003 4:00 am


VIA Technology Forum - Performance Computing


This afternoon we attended part of VIA's Technology Forum for the performance computing portion of the event.


Before the actual speakers started talking, we took a look in one of the side rooms which showcased products from VIA's partners for the forum. The first stand we saw was Hynix where they were showing several DDR-II memory modules.



Then just around the corner Micron was showing off their GDDR3 based ATI and nVidia cards.




Kentron were also in attendance pimping their new Quad Band Memory technology which promises to double memory bandwidth well before DDR-II.



Now it was time to enter the actual forum where various speakers from VIA spoke about certain performance products for the company. The most interesting parts were the Intel and AMD chipset roadmaps.




As you can see, VIA will have PCI Express support with their chipsets in Q1 of 2004.


That's it for Day 3 from Computex in Taiwan, stay tuned for more tomorrow!


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