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New GeForce7 boards from BIOSTAR / ECS

For the budget buyer

| Video Cards News | Posted: Sep 27, 2007 1:10 am

Following Nvidia's release of their latest Intel based GeForce 7 series motherboard chipsets, the press releases begin to roll in with motherboards using these new budget oriented IGP chipsets.

 

BIOSTAR have issued out an announcement which details their new T-Series TF7150U-M7 motherboard, this one based on the Nvidia GeForce7150 GPU with 1333MHz FSB and DDR2 support.

 



BIOSTAR Microtech Int'l Corp., a professional manufacturer of motherboards has released TF7150U-M7 - the best on-board graphics for Intel platform ever. BIOSTAR T-Series TF7150U-M7 supports a full range of current Intel CPUs, including upcoming 45nm series.

 

BIOSTAR TF7150U-M7 is created to support CPUs with 1333MHz FSB, giving you the flexibility to build PCs with today and future's CPUs. TF7150U-M7 is based on NVIDIA® GeForce7150 GPU, which supports DirectX® 9.0 and Shader Model® 3.0 and offers shared memory size up to 512MB. TF7150U-M7 is one of the greatest multimedia motherboards to have three video ports onboard, HDMI, DVI and D-Sub.

 


ECS also have a press release doing the rounds which introduces their GF7100PVT-M motherboard which uses the GeForce7100 chipset. More on that here.

 



Taipei, Taiwan, 26 Sep, 2007 - Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS), the world's leading motherboard, barebone system, and notebook manufacturer, is pleased to introduce the latest motherboard, GF7100PVT-M, leveraging NVIDIA® GeForce® 7100 IGP chipset, to provide an amazing multimedia experience for users in Intel's platform. The GF7100PVT-M motherboard supports Intel® upcoming 45nm processors as well as Core™2 Quad (95W)/ Core™2 Duo processors which offering a best solution for building excellent multimedia PCs.

 

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