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Daily News Round #1 for May 2, 2005

Daily News Round #1 news post from TweakTown's online news computing and technology content pages for May 2, 2005
By: Steve Dougherty | Posted: May 2, 2005 1:00 pm

- ABIT Unleashes Fatal1ty SLI Motherboards

ABIT's just taken their highly refined Fatal1ty range of enthusiast motherboards to the next level, introducing today both the new Intel nForce4 SLI based NI8, and AMD nForce4 SLI based AN8 boards, together branded with the Fatal1ty tag in place. Only the best and greatest technologies from ABIT such as their µGuru Panel, Dual OTES, and AudioMAX technologies can be found on either of these lovely SLI capable boards. For all the details, be sure to grab ABIT's official PR here folks.


May 2, 2005 - ABIT's first Fatal1ty motherboards, the Fatal1ty AA8XE and the Fatal1ty AN8 have quickly been recognized as two of the best gaming boards available today, setting standards by which others are judged. Hot on the heels of these award winning products are not one, but two new Fatal1ty boards. Today ABIT is pleased to announce the latest additions to its Fatal1ty Hardware Series, the AMD supporting Fatal1ty AN8 SLI and the Intel supporting Fatal1ty NI8 SLI; the first Fatal1ty motherboards to offer dual graphics card support.


Based on the NVIDIA® nForce™4 SLI and nForce™ 4 SLI Intel Edition chipsets and built with ABIT Engineering, the Fatal1ty AN8 SLI and Fatal1ty NI8 SLI deliver an unprecedented gaming experience with Dual OTES™ and OTES SLIpstream™ cooling, ABIT AudioMAX™ sound, and the power of dual NVIDIA-based graphics card support.


- ASUS introduces W3V notebook series


The ASUS guns have just made way for a new series of notebooks which make use of the Intel 915PM platform and sport such features as a 14-inch widescreen, PCIe graphics, DDR-II memory, bluetooth wireless, and much more. If interested, the various specification options in terms of CPU speeds, storage space, etc. can be viewed amongst all the other relative info within ASUS's supporting PR.


ASUSTeK Computer Inc. (ASUS), a leading provider of high-performance notebook computers, today introduced the W3V notebook series, which offers a luxurious 14-inch widescreen, PCI Express interconnect and discrete graphics for beautiful 3D image presentations. Also included are the advanced DDR II memory, ASUS power saving technology Power4 Gear+ and built-in Bluetooth™ wireless connection. Together with exclusive Color Shine and Crystal Shine ASUS LCD technology, the W3V notebook presents images in true vivid colors and delivers realistic sound effect and fast processing for a blissful gaming session anytime, anywhere.

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