As you know, AnandTech is at Computex this year and we are as excited as ever to be here. After a fairly uneventful Day 1 at Computex, Day 2 ended up being much more interesting, though many more eventful launches and benchmarks will be coming later this week for all to see.

This year, a lot of different things are coming to fruition after much speculation. Unless something changes at the last minute, ASUS will be announcing the worldwide launch of ATI-based video cards. Add to that the mixed feelings on nForce3 and the fact that MSI, NVIDIA’s largest OEM and retail channel graphics manufacturer, is considering a move similar to ASUS, and things look bad for NVIDIA. We’ll have more detailed information about these situations and products shortly.

Athlon 64 is shaping up to be a killer gaming processor; even the mainstream (single channel) versions of Athlon 64 are turning out to be remarkably powerful.

Anyway, without further ado, we bring you Day 2 at Computex…

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  • Evan Lieb - Thursday, September 25, 2003 - link

    We just posted Day 3, and I'll probably be posting Day 4 within the next few hours.

    Take care,

    Evan
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  • Anonymous User - Wednesday, September 24, 2003 - link

    where's computex day 3? thanks for the coverage so far by the way. Reply
  • Anonymous User - Wednesday, September 24, 2003 - link

    Gygabye's website doesn't show any GV-R96PT28DU card in it's model lineup yet.

    That is the number shown below the card on the photo

    We'll have to wait.
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  • Anonymous User - Wednesday, September 24, 2003 - link

    #1, not sure what you're saying. Reply
  • Anonymous User - Tuesday, September 23, 2003 - link

    Where can i get that sweet overclocked gigabyte card! I searched the junk outah it and still can't find it and help is much appreciated. Reply
  • AgaBooga - Tuesday, September 23, 2003 - link

    Mmmm.... SFF! Tasty! Reply
  • Anonymous User - Tuesday, September 23, 2003 - link

    Um, Asus and MSI switching to ATI, has the world gone topsy turvy?

    nVidia now has an official reason to panic.
    That's only their two top tier manufacturers.
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  • Anonymous User - Tuesday, September 23, 2003 - link

    Again, missing posts from Anand Lal Shimpi. Reply

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