Computex 2006: Booth Of MSI
Besides thermo-electric cooling for graphics cards, at Computex 2006 MSI also introduced a number of other novelties worth a mention. The photo below shows an AMD Turion Mobile X2 based notebook MSI S271.
And the gaming notebooks on the same platform: M670 and M675 (nVidia C51 chipset, GeForce Go 7600 graphics):
There are also AMD AM2 boards, including the top-end MSI K9N SLI Platinum:
And of course the P965 Neo on Intel P965 (Broadwater):
The "first upgradeable graphics card" Geminium GO. It features two sockets for NVIDIA's MXM cards (intended for notebooks and barebones). The "daughtercards" are connected via SLI:
Finally the HDCP cards started to arrive. Only NVIDIA solutions for now:
The company showcased its new rackmount servers X2-106S3R and X2-106A2R based on Intel Bensley. They support Intel Xeon 50xx and Xeon 51xx (Woodcrest) processors and feature 12 x FB-DIMM sockets with total capacity of 48GB:
Source: MSI, iXBT.com
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