Faster computing with MSI

PC hardware manufacturer MSI is showcasing its latest products at Gitex, including motherboards for the newest AMD and Intel processors, as well as its G3Ti200 Pro graphics card, based on the latest Nvidia GeForce3 Ti200 processor.

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By  Philip Fenton Published  October 15, 2001

MSI are showcasing several new products at Gitex, including the exciting new K7T266 Pro2-RU motherboard.

Based on the new VIA Apollo chipset, this mainboard provides high performance for AMD’s Athlon, Athlon XP and Duron processors. With the capabilities to support the latest high-speed PC 1600/2100 SDRAM and 4x AGP, the K7T266 Pro2-RU offers unprecedented advantages in graphics performance and I/O transfers.

MSI is also showing off its G3Ti200 Pro graphics card, which features the latest NVIDIA GeForce3 Ti200 graphics processor. Combining the latest Shadow Buffer Technology and 3D Textures, Advanced nFiniteFX Engine and Lightspeed Memory Architecture technology, the G3Ti200 Pro will be sure to bring you the latest features available in 3D graphics technology.

Also at MSI is their latest mainboard for the Pentium 4 processor, the 850 Pro5. The 850 Pro5 conforms to the ATX standard and is fully capable of delivering the high frequency and excellent performance of the Pentium 4 processor.

“We are mainly showing mainboard solutions, with Intel A50 chipset, and with 78 pin CPU supported,” said Eric Kuo, sales department manager. “For AMD solutions we have [several options], and they support Windows XP. I think this is the most important show for the whole Middle East business.”

You can find MSI along with Toshiba and Creative, on the stand of Ashley LLC.

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