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Aaeon adopts VIA platform for gaming motherboard
Press release, July 30; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Thursday 30 July 2009]

VIA Technologies has announced that Aaeon Technology has adopted its C7 and Eden processors in its the latest ETX motherboard.

Designed for niche applications that require high-resolution and dual-channel display support, the ETX-CX700M motherboard is suitable for electronic gaming and entertainment systems. The motherboard combines VIA processors and the VIA CX700M system media processor, providing a range of expansion and storage options and 24-bit dual-channel configurations of LVDS, CRT, DVI and TV outputs.

Aaeon ETX-CX700M motherboard

Aaeon ETX-CX700M motherboard based on VIA platform
Photo: Company

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