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Iwill sets September launch date for dual-Opteron SLI SFF PC
Michael McManus, DigiTimes.com, Taipei [Friday 3 June 2005]

Iwill is exhibiting a dual-Opteron small-form-factor (SFF) PC that supports two graphics cards using Nvidia's nForce4 SLI (scalable link interface) technology at Computex 2005, with the company claiming the product will begin shipping in September of this year.

The dual Socket 940 system, named ZMAXd2, supports dual-core AMP Opteron processors and features the Nvidia nForce Professional 2200 MCP (media and communications processor). The ZMAXd2 motherboard has two DIMMs, two PCI Express (PCIe) graphics card slots and the system is powered by a 400-watt power supply.

Iwill stated the SFF system will target workstation applications such as digital content creation, MCAD and electronic design automation.

The company claims the system will begin shipping in September.

Iwill ZMAXd2
Photo: Michael McManus, DigiTimes.com

Iwill ZMAXd2
Photo: Michael McManus, DigiTimes.com

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