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| Posted: Dec 5, 2003 11:48 am

- Play game on XGI's all-new web site and win a Volari Duo

 

As mentioned earlier this week, XGI are holding their official website launching event on the 8th of this month, from that point on it'll be full steam ahead. In addition to that, we've also just recieved an updated Press Release straight from XGI stating that during the event, they invite every one to participate in the puzzle game of Volari™ Duo. Every participant will have the opportunity to win a world-first Volari™ Duo graphic card manufactured by PowerColor Technology. There will also be numbers of prizes sponsored by ABIT Computer Corp, Chaintech Technology, Club3D and Zuxxez. You can read the full PR by right clicking here and choosing "save target as".

 

 


- FIC & VIA Co-develop the New P4-800T

We've just recieved a Press Release by FIC regarding the introduction of their P4-800T Pentium 4 mainboard based on VIA's new PT800 chipset. The VIA PT800 supports the new generation of Intel Pentium 4 processors and is said to provide the highest performance and most scalable core logic chipset platform for mainstream PC systems. The full press release can be obtained by right clicking and choosing "save target as" here.

 

"The P4-800T represents the latest in a long series of innovative motherboards co-developed by FIC and VIA for the Intel Pentium 4 platform," commented Shane Dennison, Chipset Platform Marketing Manager, VIA Technologies, Inc. "FIC customers will benefit from the VIA PT800 chipset's advanced features such as FastStream64 and DriveStation technologies, providing the user with a perfect combination of performance, stability, connectivity, and storage options."

 

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