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Thursday, December 02, 2004
ASUS Extreme AX850 Series Offers Exceptional PCI Express Graphics with Exclusive Innovative Features


ASUSTeK Computer Inc (ASUS), a leading provider of high-quality graphics solutions, today introduced the Extreme AX850 graphics card series.

Powered by today's most powerful 16-lane PCI Express VPU, ATi RADEON? 850, and incorporated unique features available exclusively from ASUS. The Extreme AX850 series provides the best visual experience compared with other competing graphics cards.

"We are pleased to be working with ASUS to deliver the world's best PCI Express graphics solutions," said Rick Bergman, Senior Vice President, Marketing, General Manager, Desktop, ATI Technologies Inc. "With the introduction of the ASUS EAX850 series powered by ATI's RADEON? 850, ATI and ASUS are enabling customers to experience the full benefits of PCI Express."

The new graphics card series incorporated innovative features exclusively from ASUS:

GameFace Live ? Talk to and see your teammates
GameFace Live is the world's first multi-player, video/audio communication solutions for DirectX PC gaming. It enables simultaneous connection of up to eight players, allowing gamers to talk to and see their teammates or the enemy during PC gaming.

OnScreenDisplay (OSD) ? Fast setting adjustment
This feature allows users to adjust general settings such as brightness and contrast levels, VR settings and extra light settings while watching movies or playing 3D games without having to pause or even stop.

VideoSecurity Online? Set up a home security system
Simply aim the webcam to a specific area and this unique feature will monitor that location, take snap shots of any unauthorized visitors and send out warning messages to preprogrammed recipients via e-mail or phone call.

Also included are two of the hottest 3D games:
Joint Operations ? the largest multiplayer Modern Combat FPS game ever released.
Xpand Rally ? Race with powerful rally cars amidst photo-realistic sceneries.

The ASUS PCI Express series will be available worldwide soon. For more information, please visit the company homepage at www.asus.com.



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