Gigabyte’s monster motherboard unveiled
Dubai, May 11, 2010
Golden Systems Middle East, a leading distributor of IT products, has unveiled Gigabyte’s latest monster performance GA-X58A-UD9 motherboard.
The motherboard features a revolutionary new 24 phase unlocked power design, four-way graphics support including Nvidia SLI and ATI CrossFireX, as well as a host of unique Gigabyte features such as 333 Onboard Acceleration and On/Off Charge in the Middle East.
Customers will be able to avail Gigabyte's latest X58 motherboard through Golden Systems' reseller network throughout the region.
Commenting on the launch, Tim Handley, deputy director of Motherboard Marketing at Gigabyte Technology Company, said, “Gigabyte set out to completely redefine what is possible performance and feature-wise on the X58 platform, and the GA-X58A-UD9 truly delivers on both fronts.
Providing the industry’s highest caliber CPU power delivery with our unique 24 phase Unlocked Power design and including all of the features which set Gigabyte motherboards apart from the competition, the Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD9 fits into a whole new first class category all its own.”
“Gigabyte, being the leading innovator of motherboards and graphics cards, strives to bring the latest and best technologies to the market before any other vendor,” said Iman Mozaffari, product manager – Golden Systems Middle East.
“Golden Systems is pleased to introduce another masterpiece such as the new GA-X58A-UD9 motherboard, which is the most advanced high-end motherboard ever manufactured by any vendor, in the Middle East,' Iman noted.
'The motherboard offers maximum CPU delivery and is packed with features such as Gigabyte unlocked power, dual power switching design, 4-way graphics support and unique Gigabyte technologies such as Ultra Durable 3 design, which offer monster performance. We are confident that this latest invention from Gigabyte will be well-accepted by our customers in the Middle East,' he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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