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Chaintech, a Taiwanese company which withdrew from the motherboard market seven years ago, has declared its intention to return in foreign markets – including Europe. Asus, MSI announce Thunderbolt-equipped boards.
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CeBIT Part 5. A well rounded motherboard! More competition in the market is typically a good thing for consumers, but it remains to be seen if Chaintech is to concentrate wholly on the mainstream motherboard market or branch out into premium boards aimed at enthusiasts, gamers and overclockers.
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Built with a nice black-coloured PCB under the top of the line ‘Zenith’ brand, the Chaintech ZNF is a force to be reckoned with when it comes to bundled goodies. Chaintech to return to motherboard manufacturing Written by Gareth Halfacree. Nvidia have a second revision of the nForce3 chipset set to be released this quarter, called the NF3but we’ll have to wait for that to cross PCstats’ test bench first. It would be a return to form for the company, if true: With sales proving swift, the company is feeling confident about reentering the international market and told TechEye’s Mike Magee that a Europe relaunch is on the cards as soon as a supply chain can be established.
In any event, with Windows Bit slated for release sometime this year, it is easy to understand why the Athlon64’s popularity continues to grow. Gigabyte has launched an overclocking competition, with unreleased Ivy Bridge boards the prize.
Chaintech was once an up-and-coming player in the hardware industry, having produced a well-regarded range of affordable motherboards for both retail and original equipment manufacturer OEM customers.
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Chaintech’s Yu claimed that numerous different products would form part of the launch, including original design manufacturer ODM parts for rebranding by other companies, and hinted at a partnership with ColorFly for ODM-themed home theatre PC products.
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chainech That’s a decision the company has apparently come to regret: Written by Gareth Halfacree. This is mainly due to the K8’s integrated memory controller because it levels the playing field, and consequently makes the differences between each manufacturer’s Athlon64 chipset less obvious.
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