- IWILL presents Dual Opteron with PCI Express
IWILL have been releasing some very exclusive products of late which really stand out from the crowd, one of the most recent to be their oh so sweet ZMAXdp Dual-Opteron Barebone system that's been doing the rounds since it was announced toward the end of last week. They haven't stopped there though, today announcing the first AMD dual Opteron platform with PCI Express x16 slots. Working together with nVidia, the board is based on nVidia's next-gen nForce3 Pro 250 chipset, supporting 1GHz HyperTransport, up to 16GB of DDR400 memory modules, PCI-X 133 slots, and the already mentioned PCI Express x16 slots. This beast will be unleashed at Computex'2k4 which as many of you know is just around the corner now. More details within the supporting PR of which you can obtain here.
June 1st, 2004, Taipei, Taiwan-IWILL has devoted to the workstation and server solutions for many years. In order to deliver the best platforms, IWILL always put herself to lead the technology and apply the latest technologies to her products. To lead the IT trend, IWILL workstation/server solutions feature the latest technologies and provide fastest computing performance, graphic performance, and I/O performance.
In 2004, IWILL has many astonishing products with no doubt. Implementing AMD, Intel, and NVIDIA's latest technologies, IWILL workstations continue to offer leading performance and compelling value for today's demanding workstation applications. In 2nd half of 2004, IWILL workstation platforms support PCI-Express X16 graphic cards which give users the best graphic performance. To satisfy the high speed mass data transfer, IWILL workstation/server platform will support PCI-Express interface which has the fast I/O performance.
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