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AVADirect Now Authorized Gigabyte Technology System Integrator

AVADirect Now Authorized Gigabyte Technology System Integrator


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AVADirect recently became partners with Gigabyte Technology, a leading manufacturer of AMD / Intel motherboard, and Nvidia / ATI graphics cards. They are also known to manufacturer pre-built PC's, notebooks, optical drives, LCD monitors, keyboards, mice, cooling components, smart phones, networking equipment, power supplies, and computer chassis. Founded in 1986, the company continues to expand amongst PC hardware and push the barrier of exceptionally crafted motherboards. They recently began to manufacturer gaming-style motherboards for the Intel core i7 X58 chipset. While offering unique tools to create an easy to understand overclocking experience, the enthusiast level motherboards come equipped with many PCI-E 16x/8x/4x slots to allow the highest expansion possible. Gigabyte Technologies is also well known for their noiseless graphics cards by replacing the loud stock fans with a mosfet heatsink that offer adequate cooling, as well as promising noise levels. We have been selling their products since we have been in business, and stand behind their products 100%. We are very proud to have become official partners with the company, and look forward to a positive relationship that will breed excellent results.


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