YET ANOTHER KICK in the pants for those trying to sell separate processing and graphics solutions has tipped up in the form of a new motherboard from Abit.
The Taiwan-based outfit's new AN78GS board is based on AMD AM2+/AM2 processors running HT3.0 up to 5200MT/s and a Geforce 8200 graphics chipset.
There are four slots for a maximum of 8GB of 240-pin Dimmage and a total of six PCI slots in various flavours.
The cards have been tweaked to run DX10 and handle Vista with all the bells and whistles turned up to 11.
You can get the rest of the yada yada yada about 'power consumption' and the 'great gaming experience' here.
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