Foxconn (Hon Hai Precision Industry) is exhibiting several own brand graphic cards, motherboards, system cases and heat sinks at CeBIT, highlighting the company's goal of boosting sales of the own brand products 2007, according to sources at Foxconn.
Foxconn is showcasing Windows Vista compatible motherboards using chips from AMD, Silicon Integrated System (SiS), VIA and Nvidia in the IT trade show which runs until March 21 in Hannover, Germany. One featured product is a motherboard based on Intel’s P35 chipset, which supports DDR3 memory and a front side bus speed of up to 1333MHz. Another motherboard being spotlighted is based on Intel's 975X chipset and has three PCIe x16 slots, added the sources.
Foxconn's own brand graphic cards based on Nvidia chips include the GeForce 8800 and GeForce 7 series and targets the high-end market, according to sources.
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