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Computex Day 5: Concluding pictorial

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Posted June 10, 2007 by admin in Industry

This year’s event saw the official launch of Intel’s 3-series chipsets (Bearlake) – not to mention the large array of dual chip graphics cards, namely the HD 2600 XT. Aside from the torrential downpours, this year’s Computex has also set record crowds. Below you’ll find a list of everything we covered this year – along with some new entrants.

Low-Latency DDR3 from Kingston
GeCUBE twin GPU HD2600
Zalman’s 3D displays
Gigabyte GA-X38T-DQ6 with X38 chip
More X38 boards from DFI
Gigabyte unveil GO-RAMDISK
AMD RD790 board spotted with Quadfire
Sapphire demonstrate dual GPU HD 2600
HD 2600 in the form of AGP
Watercooled HD 2900 XT
VR-ZOne cover graphics
AMD Lasso; external crossfire
Partners showcase AMD RD790 boards
MSI debuts X38 extreme board
PC Perspective – Cases, Cooling and Power Supplies
Passive 8600GTS
AGP 2400/2600 Pro
Kingmax 16GB SD card
Barcelona power consumption
Barcelona Cinebench test
Penryn Pictures
Penryn V8 benchmarked
HardwareZone Pictorial
Thermalright watercool Xbox 360 and PS3
ABIT take X6800 CPU to 5GHz
Real Grass on Via’s floor

The official Computex website has also named the top 25 products for the year. Leading the pack is the Asus Lamborghini VX2. Other products mentioned were the MSI P35 Platinum Combo, the Leadtek Quadro FX 5600 and the Acer Aspire L320. Well – that wraps it up for Computex 2007, until next year we recommend bookmarking this story for future reference.



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