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GIGABYTE Announces Full Support of the New Intel Xeon Processors

GIGABYTE declares full support for Intel Xenon Processors (NASDAQ:INTC, TPE:2376)

| IT/Datacenter News | Posted: Oct 4, 2013 10:56 pm

GIGABYTE has long been a leader in the enthusiast motherboard market and now has full support for Intel's Xeon Processor E5-1600 V2 & 2600 V2 Product Families to enter into the server market. Always going above and beyond industry standards these new motherboards come equipped BIOS fine tuning and support for 1866 MHz memory frequency at higher DIMM populations.

 

Gigabytes new line up cover workstation and server motherboards, GPU/MIC Computing, Network Relaying, High Density Computing and Standard Server Racks.This new line up of server motherboards carries the same level of quality and support that GIGABYTE is well known for.

 

 

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GIGABYTE has released a very strong lineup of motherboards and systems to take advantage of Intel's new Xeon processors E5-1600 V2 & E5-2600 V2 product families for applications such as high frequency trading, telecommunication networks, mobile data transfers and many more.

 

Summary: The server motherboard market is not easy to enter into these days and GIGABYTE has done a great job with this new line up of systems.

 

Tags: GIGABYTE, GPU/MIC Computing, Network Relaying, High Density Computing, Standard Server, high-end server industry, green computing, Xeon Processor's E5-2600 v2 & 1600 v2 family, Workstation motherboards, William Harmon

NEWS SOURCES:Gigabyte.us

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