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Friday, March 17, 2006
CeBIT 2006

33. VIA

This year, VIA presented its audience with several new chipset solutions, for both AMD and Intel Platforms, as well as with the new Chromotion, the new Video Engine integrated into the latest VIA IGP Chipsets and S3 graphics cards.

Among other things, such as laptop solutions bearing the latest VIA chipsets, VIA also showcased the Origammi, Microsofts latest gadget.

The Chrome S27 and Chrome S25 were two of the grahic cards showcased at VIA's booth. The S3 S27 version will support the Multichrome Technology, which enables two S27 cards to work together (kind of an SLI version), while the S25 offers the AcceleRAM technology, which gives the graphics processors access to system memory via the high speed PCI Express bus, for quality and stability, without sacrificing performance.

Not much to say here, as the VIA name speaks of it self. This year VIA had a nice booth with all its chipsets showcased for the public to enjoy.

 

 

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