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GIGABYTE Gearing Up For Computex

| Posted: Jun 2, 2006 1:01 am

A couple of press releases from GIGABYTE earlier today seperately highlight some of their latest motherboard and video card products to be showcased during Computex in Taiwan next week.

 


Come visit GIGABYTE for the demonstration of brand new state-of-the-art high-performance platform. As the world's leading motherboard manufacturer, GIGABYTE is devoted to integrate the very latest technologies into a wide range of products that enrich the platform for digital home thus uplift the joyfulness of digital life style.

 

GIGABYTE graphics accelerator unveils 4 surprises for new-generation power users at COMPUTEX Taipei 2006, introducing compelling PC solutions ranging from Silent-Pipe II - the 0dB-green-thermal design, Turbo Force Ultra technology with up to 30% performance improvement, HD Image Quality at the high-resolution display with Dual-link support and new wireless multimedia networking, and Highest-Rated PC Game Bundles. No matter which GIGABYTE VGA product users choose for their PCs, they are sure to enjoy an outstanding experience designed especially for professionals who appreciate stunning visuals.

 

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On the subject of Computex, there'll most certainly be a rush of announcements to hit the scene when the doors open to this massive event on June 6 (with a continuous flow of them up until June 10 when it comes to a close), so to make it easier to keep up with all the latest happenings in the way of press releases and the like, i'll be following a similar format for posting Computex related news as to what was used last year during Computex 2005.

 

For those of you who cant remember or weren't around back then, you'll notice the dedicated "Computex Taipei 2006" section added above (underneath our "Latest Articles" headlines at the top), clicking on the links in this section will point to the actual press material located in our "Press Release Central and New Products" area of the Tweaktown forums. This way I can stay on top of the mad rush much easier, but will also continue to post up any big and exciting info here as well.

 

Stacks of news on the horizon for ya'all, so stay tuned folks!

 

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