AVADirect Introduces Desktops and Notebooks Featuring Intel's Sandy Bridge Processors
Twinsburg, OH - January 20th
AVADirect, a leading custom computer manufacturer, announces newly added desktops and notebooks featuring the new Sandy Bridge architecture by Intel. These 2nd generation "i" series processors are built on the same 32nm die size as their antecedent Westmere, making the technology very familiar for AVADirect to easily integrate into their product lines. Some of the key features include Hyper-Threading, ensuring each core is used efficiently while utilizing multiple tasks at once, and Turbo Boost which will respectively overclock the processor when it is deemed necessary based on the current process.
What Sandy Bridge means to gaming desktops is more affordable configurations with increased performance, easily achievable overclock speeds, and improved physics performance. Custom non-gaming desktops provide more multi-tasking and efficiency than ever before and lower costs due to the integrated HD graphics, removing the need for dedicated graphics card to drive the display(s). Notebook end-users will enjoy improved battery life due to mobile Sandy Bridge processors lesser power consumption and heat. HTPC users can take advantage of the slim-streamed integrated HD graphics engine for viewing HD movies, digital TV, and streaming video making HTPCs built from Sandy Bridge the ideal solution for any media center requirements.
Sandy Bridge will keep the performance aspect at par with the rest of any configuration leaving all other components at question of upgrade after years of use. The profound methodology AVADirect maintains to incorporate previous CPU technology is well documented throughout the IT market. Sandy Bridge opens up the new plethora of directions the world-renowned manufacturer can take satisfying many vertical markets and PC extremists alike.
Misha Troshin, CMO and co-owner of AVADirect speaks on what Sandy Bridge will do for their product development. "We always knew the day would come when hybrid solutions were much more affordable within the boundaries of bleeding-edge performance. We offer products that catch the interest of any consumer: desktops, notebooks, workstations, servers, all-in-one and small form factors that already have numerous prestige characteristics that cannot be found anywhere else; Sandy Bridge is simply the "icing on the cake". You can expect us, as a major player in the computer business, and fellow enthusiast, to approach this current day and age with an aggressive appetite to constantly offer better and more exciting products. To be a true custom computer manufacturer means to expect technology to advance quickly and incorporate it into solutions all end-users can take advantage of. Since the company was founded, we have structured it to effectively accomplish just that." says Troshin
AVADirect will continuously update their website with new products featuring the Sandy Bridge architecture beyond what is currently listed. More importantly, their mission directly correlates to offering the most extensive configuration options while incorporating advanced technologies currently available. This philosophy is what sets them apart from competitors. AVADirect increasingly raises the bar for performance at an affordable price; thus making AVADirect solutions using Sandy Bridge a great match.
AVADirect is a privately owned custom computer manufacturer based in Twinsburg, Ohio, (within close proximity to Cleveland) specializing in the design, engineering and manufacturing of personalized high performance computer systems. The systems span the spectrum from Windows or Linux manageable and highly-reliable servers, to high-end workstations and gaming systems, to business PC's, notebooks and barebones systems and parts, focused on the commitment to meet the everyday demands of the marketplace, while creating a footprint within the industry.
For more information, visit http://www.avadirect.com.
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