The show goes on...

In this article we've got more pictures of NVIDIA's G70, pictures of all of the CrossFire motherboards from manufacturers at the show, a look at cooling at Computex, benchmarks of ULi's new Socket-939 chipset and much more.

A view of Taipei by the Taiwan World Trade Center and Taipei 101

If you haven't already, be sure to check out coverage from earlier in the week:

Computex 2005 Early Bird Coverage: NVIDIA's G70, Athlon 64 BTX and more
ATI's Multi-GPU Solution: CrossFire
Computex 2005 Day 1 - ATI R520 Sighting, NVIDIA's new Chipset

More from Gigabyte

Gigabyte's i-RAM card generated quite a bit of interest in our Early Bird Computex Coverage, so we decided to bring you all some more pictures and information about the solution.

As we alluded to in our initial article, the i-RAM card features 4 DIMM slots and supports DDR200 DIMMs. You can use faster memory but it will only run at DDR200.

Below you can see the i-RAM card populated and in action:

ULi - The Best Kept Secret of Taiwan?
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  • bigboxes - Wednesday, June 1, 2005 - link

    That cmos reset button on Abit's front panel is pretty cool, if not somewhat of a gimmick. It just seems that the mobo mfgrs don't bother in asking the customers what we really want. If a mobo has a great bios then it's lacking in controllers or if it has higher DIMM voltage settings then it has ridiculous colors and LEDs.
  • Doormat - Wednesday, June 1, 2005 - link

    Wow, a PC-based cablecard tuner is being held up by DRM requirements? What a surprise. Mark my words it'll never make it to market. I'd venture to say that we might see CC 2.0 tuners for a closed platform like the Xbox360 or PS3 (to turn it into a Tivo-like device), but never for a standalone PC. The MPAA would have to fall apart before a PC cablecard tuner will be allowed to be sold in the US.
  • Waylay00 - Wednesday, June 1, 2005 - link

    Wow, looks great! Must have A8N-SLI Premium...

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