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Tuesday, September 25, 2007
Inno3D Expands Into the Motherboard Market


InnoVISION Multimedia Limited launch a new range of Inno3D motherboards embedded with Intel / AMD CPU support and NVIDIA 7 series graphics.

Inno3D have been manufacturing motherboards since 1995 and have established a brand name for NVIDIA graphics card.

The company today introduces the SL73UM-HDMI with Intel CPU (from Core2 Quad to Celeron), DDR2-800 memory + NVIDIA GeForce 7150 built in graphis solution. It is the one of the first motherboards for entry level PCs integrated with HDMI or DVI display output.

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