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Friday, March 11, 2005
CeBIT 2005

2. GigaByte

GIGABYTE

We visit one of the largest motherboard manufacturers, at CeBIT 2005.

We were pleased to visit this year also, the GIGABYTE stand (Hall 23, Booth A22) where we spoke with Sue Wu. As always, GIGABYTE has a very extensive range of motherboards starting with their P4 Titan series Intel Chipset based Motherboards for socket 775 with PCI Express and AGP versions.

There's also the K8 Triton series socket 939, SLI, PCI Express and AGP motherboards for the AMD Athlon Processors.


The impressive and large GIGABYTE booth.


This photo gives a good indication of the range of motherboards on offer from GIGABYTE.


Two of the newer, soon to be released motherboards using the Intel 955 chipset. Further information regarding this motherboard has not yet been disclosed by Gigabyte, since the company awaits Intel to officially release the 955 chipset first.

Impressive water-cooling systems were on display on Gigabyte's motherboards, ensuring smooth operation of a PC.

In optical storage, the company presented the 16X dual format burner, capable also of 8X DVD+RW, 6X DVD-RW and 4X DVD+R DL.

The VGA cards from Gigabyte inlcude both ATI's and NVidia's latests chipsets.

Impressive servers were also present at Gigabytes booths.




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