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| Posted: Jul 7, 2004 8:28 am

- The Gigabyte "8 S Maze Challenge"

Up for a challenge? Gigabyte have organized one of which they've announced in a press release today. To help people become more aware of the unique features and benefits that come with their new line of 8 Sigma Series mainboards, Gigabyte's World Cup "8 S Maze Challenge" web gaming event allows those participating to learn more about each of the eight motherboards within the Sigma range in an exciting and rather unique way. All participants will have a chance of scoring 1 of 200 prizes that are up for grabs including PCI-Express graphics cards, DDR2 memory, and much much more. The challenge will begin tomorrow, and ends on August 6th folks! So log on over at Gigabyte's website ASAP to register a spot. For those interested, you can obtain the official PR here.

 


Taipei, Taiwan (July 7, 2004)-Following directly on the heels of the highly successful "6-Dual Miracle", Gigabyte introduces its latest and greatest platform ever -The 8 S (Sigma) Series. Gigabyte continually strives in the area of product development and innovation to offer its users the best that technology can offer. To let users know about the unique features and benefits of the 8 S Series, Gigabyte announces its World Cup "8 S Maze Challenge" web game event beginning July 7th and running to August 6th, 2004. Everyone who plays the game will learn about the eight unique Gigabyte 8 S Series features (S Processor, S Memory, S D.P.S, S Ethernet, S Cooling, S Peripherals, S Audio, S ShieldWare) in a fun and exciting way.

 

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