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Five new Jetway motherboards land in SA


Esquire Technologies has announced five new Jetway motherboards, two of them AMD and three Intel.

Mahomed Cassim, sales & marketing director of Esquire comments: "With the arrival of the new Jetway motherboards, we are extending our reach across the motherboard spectrum with a broader range of offerings to home users and gaming enthusiasts, while also answering the call from corporate environments as well."
The Jetway M2A693PLUS-VP is a socket AM2 64-bit Athlon 64 processor with Hyper Transport technologies that increase overall system performance by removing I/O bottlenecks, increasing system bandwidth and reducing system latency.
The second AMD offering, called the M26GT3-SVP, incorporates NVIDIA NF6100-405 single chip technology with Microsoft DirectX 9.0 Shader Model 3.0 capabilities. NVIDIA GeForce 6 Series GPUs deliver ultra-realistic effects and high multimedia functionality for an incredible PC gaming experience.
The Intel I35P-SG motherboard forms part of the Intel Core 2 Duo E Series processor family offering good performance, Design and energy-saving technologies. This board supports new technologies such as 1333 MHz System Bus Speed. To let you enjoy revolutionary performance with   vivid, high definition experiences and multi-tasking responsiveness with Intel dual-core and quad core technologies.
Jetway’s second new Intel offering the 945GCM2S-A2 ,built on the Intel 945GC Express chipset that delivers outstanding  system performance through high-bandwidth interface  945GCM2S-A2 supports new technologies such as 1066 MHz System Bus Speed and 1333 MHz by Over Clocking. The adjustable voltage for CPU Vcore can be upgraded over 13 stages for the precisely hardware dynamic over-clocking for demanding computing performance. CPU Smart Fan noise restrained system is the answer to all the noise restrained needed, The system can provide a much longer life cycle for both CPU and the system fans.
Esquire has also announced the Intel IN73M2-VS. Incorporating NVIDIA Geforce 7050 chipset, these chips run on Microsoft Window Vista Premium powered machines and support  DVI out.