Live from CeBIT 2003: Zalman, Soltek, etc...
Our report from CeBIT 2003 continues. This event brought lots of surprising devices, some of which have seen the light for the first time. For example, SiS746FX-based motherboards combined with Samsung’s DDR400 and Xabre 600 graphics (shown below.)
Zalman introduced a number of novelties as well: CNPS-700-Al noiseless cooler for AMD Athlon 64 (near is ZM-NB32 heat-sink for Northbridge). I don’t have technical specs, but hope this thing is actually “noiseless”, so we get a new 64-bit CPU along with low-noise systems based on it. :-)
Intel Pentium 4 systems haven’t been disregarded as well:
Having touched AMD Athlon 64, let’s move to Soltek’s booth offering SL-K8AV Socket 754 board on VIA K8T400M + VT8235 bundle. In general, there are lots of Socket 754 solutions at CeBIT, according to our Alexander Vorobyev.
Besides, Soltek (along with other mobo makers) presented Intel Springdale-based solutions like SL-85SP-L on Springdale-P.
And below is a picture of Soltek Qbic EQ3000M barebone, announced last month. If oyu remember, it features a proprietary µATX board on NVIDIA nForce2.
To be continued...
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