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    News just in from Gigabyte

    Taipei, Taiwan, Oct 7th 2002 -- GIGABYTE technology, the world acclaimed motherboard vendor proudly announces GA-8GE667 Pro motherboard today, while Intel® launches their latest developed Intel® 845GE GMCH chipset. Incorporating revolutionary technology such as supporting Intel® Pentium® 4 Processor with Hyper Threading Technology 3GHz and beyond, full range of DDR memory support, Intel® Extreme Graphics, USB 2.0, 6-Channel Audio, too many to be mentioned, the GA-8GE667 Pro delivers not only high system performance but also a total solution for rich multimedia experiences.

    GIGABYTE technology has once again proven its technology leadership among others by unveiling the GA-8GE667 Pro, the undefeatable motherboard in the market that is designed to break through the 3GHz barrier and pre-design to meet Intel® Pentium® 4 Processor future coming specification. With the complete range of DDR memory support enhances the overall system performance to meet the future heavy application tasks.

    In addition, it belongs to GIGABYTE new product family line named P4 Titan 667 series. In this new product series, each GIGABYTE new Pentium® 4 model is strictly designed, tested and validated by the reputed GIGABYTE engineering department under the new 667 specification rules. All models must fulfill and pass all the new 667 specification rules in order to be honored with the name as P4 Titan 667.

    With newly developed Intel® Extreme Graphics engine increases graphics core clock from previous 200MHz to 233MHz, a revolutionary graphics core that delivers intense, realistic 3D graphics with sharp images, fast rendering, smooth motion, and incredible detail. This unique architecture enables balanced memory usage between graphics and the system for optimal performance.
    GA-8GE667 Pro provides several new innovation features such as Anti-Burn™ design providing a protection to the motherboard from damaging if an AGP 2x (3.3V) card is inserted or the memory module is not properly installed. When an AGP 2x (3.3V) card is installed the AGP_LED will light up, indicating a non-supported graphics card is inserted. Informing users that system might not boot up normally due to AGP 2x (3.3V) is not supported by the chipset.
    With an array of advanced technology, the GA-8GE667 Pro provides a revolutionary experience. Realtek 6-channel CODEC brings incredible sound quality, with S/P-DIF out function enables users to experience realistic environment while gaming and movie watching. Onboard Intel® Pro/100 network connection provides a seamless connectivity to the broadband era.

    Key Specifications
    . Socket 478 for Intel® Pentium® 4 Processor with Hyper Threading Technology
    . Intel® 845GE
    . FSB 533/400MHz
    . DDR 266/333 memory support
    . 6 USB 2.0 ports
    . Intel® PRO/100 network connection
    . Realtek AC’97 audio CODEC
    . 6 x PCI 2.2 compliant slots
    . ATX form factor

    About Gigabyte Technology
    Founded in 1986, Gigabyte Technology has built an unshakable reputation and solid foundation in the computer industry on the reliability of its motherboards and add-on card products. In diversifying from this solid base, Gigabyte Technology is devoting their profuse resources to expanding into new product lines, such as desktop platform solutions, servers, broadband routers, Gigabit switches, wireless LAN, and NAS (Network Attached Storage) appliances.

    With a talented, resourceful infrastructure and design capability, from Motherboard, VGA, Desktop Platform, to Communication and Server, Gigabyte Technology has developed a full-scale product network, not only creating the ideal platform for the world of Internet connectivity but also resulting in new concepts in most all aspects of our lives. In the coming information appliance age, Gigabyte Technology is users’ premier companion to brighten people’s mind-scope and future life.

    For further detail information, please logon to http://www.gigabyte.com.tw
    Cameron "Mr.Tweak" Wilmot
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    Tweak Town Pty Ltd

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    Nice, looks alot like the one I picked up. :thumb:
    New Sig soon, old one was way outdated.

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    Called the XXXX667, but doesnt have 667Mhz FSB support... Im not gonna fall for it :p
    Apart from that, i thought the GE chipset had the graphics core speed lifted from 200-266Mhz, and not 233Mhz like Gigabyte is telling me

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    I wouldnt get it, because I don't like Pentiums.
    New Sig soon, old one was way outdated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pga1234
    I wouldnt get it, because I don't like Pentiums.
    And I dont like AMD Paper Processors? jksjks

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    Quote Originally Posted by [size=6
    pga1234[/size]]
    I wouldnt get it, because I don't like Pentiums.
    What ya should have said was, "I wouldnt get it, because I can't afford the Pentiums." :D
    <center>:cheers:</center>

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo
    What ya should have said was, "I wouldnt get it, because I can't afford the Pentiums." :D
    <center>:cheers:</center>

    So true yet so funny lol..

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