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New Biostar iDEQ 330N mini-PC based on Nvidia GeForce 6100
Press release; Jessie Shen, DIGITIMES [Wednesday 21 September 2005]

Biostar Microtech International today unveiled its small-form-factor (SFF) system based on Nvidia’s new integrated graphics processor (IGP), the GeForce 6100, for the AMD Socket-939 platform. The system should be available by October, said the company.

Nvidia unveiled the GeForce 6-series IGP (C51) and nForce 400-series media and communications processors (MCPs) on September 20. The GeForce 6-series graphics core supports Microsoft DirectX 9.0 and Shader Model 3.0, which promise to deliver great digital multimedia performance, according to the company.

Biostar iDEQ 330N small-form factor computer specifications

Item

Detail

CPU

AMD Athlon 64/ Sempron

Chipset

Nvidia GeForce 6100 + nForce 410

Memory

Dual-channel DDR 400

Hard drives

Two Ultra DMA IDE/ two internal SATA with RAID (up to 3Gb/s)

Graphics

Nvidia GeForce 6100

Audio

8.2 channels

Expansion slot

PCIe 16x, PCI, mini PCI

Networking

Gigabit-LAN

I/O port

Six USB 2.0, S/PDIF in/out, IEEE 1394a, 8.2-channel audio out, D-Sub, serial port, PS/2, RJ45, mini PCI WLAN card (optional)

7-in-1 card reader

CF1/ CF2/ SD/ MMC/ MS/ MS Pro/ SM

Power supply

Internal 250-watt PFC

Source: Company, compiled by DigiTimes, September 2005.

Biostar iDEQ 330N small-form-factor PC
Source: Company

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