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Tuesday, September 13, 2005
 New Albatron Mainboard Goes SLI and Dual Core
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Message Text: The recently announced PX19-SLI Intel based mainboard of MSI features dual VGA card SLI technology and support for Intel Dual Core processors.

The PX19-SLI features a pedal-less design. A pedal circuit board is required on most SLI boards and needs to be taken out and reinserted when using dual card VGA SLI technology. On the other hand, Albatron's PX19-SLI has sidestepped that hassle with its own on-board circuitry design.

This board will additionally support the latest Intel Dual Core processors boasting FSB 1066 MHz along with DDR II 667 memory configurations.

Albatron also has included the second-generation mPower II, a PWM (Power Width Modulation) circuit board that significantly reduces temperatures around the CPU socket resulting in more stability and increased performance potential, through overclocking. mPower II is much easier to install than its predecessor (mPower), only requiring installation into its slot. The system then automatically detects it with no additional configuration required.

The PX19-SLI comes standard with Gbit LAN, 6-Channel Audio effects, and SATA II with RAID. On the back panel, Albatron has removed older COM and Parallel ports in favor of additional 2.0/1.1 USB ports, an RCA digital audio output port and space for the mPower II slot. However, users still have the option of using COMM and Parallel devices by using the designated headers on the mainboard (extension bracket is required).
 
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