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    Taipei, October 20th , 2003 --- XGI Technology Inc, a total graphics processing solution supplier, introduces latest released Volari™ Duo, Volari™ V8, Volari™ V5 and Volari™ V3 graphics processing solutions to pan-European market for the first time at Systems 2003, Munich. The location of Systems 2003 for XGI™ is at Hall B1, Booth #618 (dealers only session). In the session, XGI™ demonstrates live benchmark testing and discloses ready-to-produce samples to the public after the product launch on Sept 15th, 2003. XGI™ conducts several significant meetings with important manufacturers and major channel distributors for the detail of mass production of Volari™ GPU based graphics solutions in European market. Also, technical support staff has some interviews with numerous reviewers about the advanced technology of Volari™ processors.
    The Volari™ Duo graphics solution has been highly discussed among worldwide users because of its revolutionized BitFluent™ architecture which supports two graphics processors on one board. The Volari™ Duo supports the latest DirectX® 9.0 and OpenGL 1.4 specification with world-leading 16 on-board rendering pipelines and 256bit memory interface with support of both DDR and DDRII DRAM.
    For the mobile graphics solution, XGI™ offers Volari™ XP5, Volari™ XP5m64 and Volari XP5m32 which are software complaint with DirectX® 9.0 and OpenGL 1.3 specification. Specially designed for mobile graphic solution, CoolPower™ is XGI proprietary power management technology for reducing both active and standby power consumption of the XP5 graphic processor to a minimum. With the pioneering technology in low gate-count and power-saving design which dramatically extends battery usage time and reduce thermal design. Volari™ mobile products are the perfect graphics solution for both thin & light and mainstream notebook products. XGI™ also announces that x16 PCI-Express™ desktop and mobile graphics processing solutions will be available in early 2004.
    XGI™ is really excited about encouraging response from considerable end-customers and most of major manufacturers world-wide. Besides the partnership with Club-3D, XGI™ has been working on the deals with other AIC, major system integrator and OEM partners. As one of the top three graphics chipset provider, XGI™ is responsible for delivering ultimate quality to customers and is devoted to offer cinematic computing experience of Volari™ series products for all of our European customers and to precisely deliver ultimate products to whole European market.

    About XGI™ Technology
    XGI™ Technology Inc., originated from eXtreme Graphics Innovation, was founded in June 2003 and is headquartered in Taipei Taiwan. XGI is a leading visual computing and GPU design company. Its core-management team is made up from a wide range of industry leading expertise who came from such as SiS (TSE:2363), and Trident (Nasdaq:TRID). With this combination of experiences in 3D GPU and visual computing industry, XGI aims to deliver a powerful and feature-packed GPU performance to enrich the user experience. Coming from the former SiS Multimedia Product Division and Trident Graphic Division, XGI has positioned itself as a Fabless IC design company. It offers a full range of video solution for Professional, Entertainment and now Mobile usage. XGI's business model is to provide complete video solutions, from GPU to video bridge and video processors, to customers worldwide and ultimately integrate XGI solutions to be part of the everyday lifestyle.

    For more detailed information, please visit XGI website: http://www.xgitech.com/
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    I would like to see any performance comparisons with ati and nvidia. If anyone finds any, please post links.
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    maximus7001: The following scores were achieved on a system fitted with a Pentium IV 3GHz processor, 512Mb DDR memory, using beta release drivers. This is quite old but it's all I've seen up to now.

    3DMark2003 scores

    Volari Duo V8 Ultra: 5600+
    Volari Duo V5 Ultra: 4000+
    Volari V8 Series: 3000+
    Volari V5 Series: 2000+
    Volari V3 Series: 1000+

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