- ECS Supply the Worlds No.1 Dual Graphic Engines Motherboards
A press release from EliteGroup Computer Systems in the UK came to light yesterday arvo announcing their plans to release a full line of motherboards which will be amongst the first to feature "Dual Graphics Engine" technology, allowing for simultaneous multi graphics output for up to four seperate devices. Interested to know more? Grab the official PR here folks.
Dual Graphic Engines enable a 'multi-graphics' concept. Two engines work together in one system to generate a dual 3D graphics display. The 'Dual Graphic Engines' solution delivers dramatic efficiency, productivity and usability benefits supporting simultaneous display on up to four devices!
The new architecture solves the latest dilemma of choosing between the mainstream AGP 8X technology and the new technology - PCI-Express x16, increasing a motherboards' flexibility and a products upgrade ability. A more affordable upgrade path allows users to stagger their purchases, by upgrading the motherboard and processor while keeping their existing AGP graphics card and adding a new PCI-Express card at a later date.
Dual Graphic Engines motherboards are tailor-made for users that want to display MORE on their screen. Based on the multi-tasking concept promoted by Microsoft, Intel and AMD, the Dual Graphic Engines concept delivers tangible productivity benefits demanded by today's PC buyers, saving time and reducing frustration by reducing the requirement for 'drag and drop' among multiple windows on a single screen.
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