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| Posted: Mar 16, 2004 2:37 pm

- CHAINTECH ZNF3-250 Motherboard

 

Chaintech have today announced their latest Athlon64 board based on nVidia's most recent nForce3-250 chipset. Looking at the top right corner of the mainboard you'll see the inclusion of a pretty damn funky heatpipe cooling system too. All the details on this and more within the attached press release here. Typically, Chaintech are providing a whole host of goodies within the motherboard package as well, just click either of the images below to enlargen them for a better look.

 


Chaintech Computer Co., LTD, the leading motherboards and graphic cards manufacturer, is proud to introduce the newest model, ZNF3-250 motherboard, which will support AMD socket 754 Athlon 64 processor. It designed with NVIDIA's newest nForce3-250 chipset (combines the north bridge and south bridge). ZNF3-250 will allow users to insert three 184-pin DDR DIMM (DDR266/333/400). The maximum RAM capacity is 2 GB. AMD's Hyper Transport technology also increases the transition rate to 6.4 GB/s between North Bridge and CPU.

 


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