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| Posted: Oct 12, 2004 9:00 am

- Gigabyte Announce ATI's First Discrete Chipset RX330 Motherboard

Today we see the first motherboard surface to make use of ATI's new RX330 chipset, Gigabyte's GA-8TRX330-L. Similar in many ways to Intel's highly popular 865PE chipset, ATI's Socket 478 RX330 chipset allows for yet another alternative in chipset design when building up a mid-range to high-end Pentium IV based PC. You can view further details and specs on the Gigabyte option within their supporting PR here folks.

 

Taipei, Taiwan, September 15, 2004-- Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd., the world wide leader of high performance motherboards, today proudly unveils the P4 TitanTM GA-8TRX330-L motherboard. The GA-8TRX330-L, powered by ATI's first discrete motherboard chipset RX330, is ATI exclusive develop for Gigabyte. With the wide range of rich functions, the specification of RX330 can compete with current Intel® 865PE based chipset motherboard, and is the best alternative for the high cost / performance motherboard.

 


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