EVGA at CeBIT
CDRinfo visited the EVGA booth at CeBIT and met Aline Guillout, Director of Sales in Europe, Middle East and Africa for the graphics cards manufacturer. EVGA only offers visual processing products based on nVIDIA chipsets.
EVGA was showcasing its new releases at this year's CeBIT exhibition.
Already a leader in the graphics cards retail industry in North America, the company
is now targeting the European market that it recently penetrated in October
2005, says Mrs. Guillout.
Mrs. Guillout claims that EVGA is the number one graphics cards distributor in North America. In year 2005 the company expanded its product line to include motherboards.
EVGA announced at CeBIT, that it is now offering the complete EVGA e-GeForce 7900 & 7600 product families. They are both nVIDIA SLI-Ready, featuring dual-link DVI-I output connectors (dual dual-link TMDS) and two DVI-to-VGA adapters to support any combination of digital or analog high resolution displays up to 2560 x 1600 (WQXGA) with HDTV output.
The EVGA SuperClocked version will be available for all levels as well.
Above, the new graphics processing unit (GPU) GeForce 7900 GTX superclocked model delivers a core clock speed of 690MHz and a memory clock speed of 1760MHz.
As for the e-GeForce 7600 GT superclocked model, it delivers
a core clock speed of 600MHz and a memory clock speed of 1560MHz.
The nForce 4 SLI Mainboard model seen in the following picture
features an NVIDIA Intel nForce4 chipset. It supports the Intel Dual-Core, Prescott
775 processor. It delivers an 1066/800 MHz Front Side Bus.
The nForce 4 SLI Mainboard is already available in North America and was launched in March in Europe. This model, seen in the picture above, supports the AMD Dual-Core, Athlon 64 FX and Athlon 64 939-pin processors. It features an NVIDIA nForce 4, single chipset which supports 1000MHz Hyper Transport system bus.
The EVGA booth at CeBIT this year was located in Hall 23 at Stand D28.