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Daily News Round #1

| Posted: Aug 23, 2004 4:03 am

- Most updated pic of KINGMAX Color module

A while back now, KingMax let us know of their uniquely designed color memory modules to become available in a range of various color schemes, something a bit different that are sure to tickle some people's fancy. Here's an updated image of their color module in red to give you an idea of what they look like if you missed the news a while back.

 

 


- MSI GeFORCEĀ™ NX6600GT & NX6600 Series

Following on from Gigabyte's recent press release announcing their new 6600 range of video cards, MSI are now doing the same with their NX6600GT & NX6600 series.

 

They also highlight their D.O.T. Express feature which I have to say sounds highly similar to ASUS's Peglink mode on their PCIe equipped mainboards, the very feature which Gigabyte actually scrutinized and disputed recently. At least MSI are a tad more upfront about what this D.O.T. Express (Dynamic Express Overclocking Technology) actually does.

 

MSI's cards are said to also include a more advanced "T.O.P. Tech" cooling solution over reference design without bringing more noise. You can get your hands on all the details in their supporting press release here.

 


TAIPEI, Taiwan- MSI ignites the cinematic computing revolution with the introduction of the most powerful interface of PCI Express GeFORCEĀ™ NX6600GT & NX6600 family!!! With 4GB per second data transferring rate, the ultra speed PCI Express conquers the ultimate 3D frontier! Powered by the latest Native PCI Express GPU Design with the industry's only true 128-bit precision processing-MSI NX6600GT & NX6600 Series graphic card take cinematic quality special effects to new levels!!!

 

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