windwithme ComputeX 2008 DAY2

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  1. windwithme

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    Because I’m really busied this week, so I post Day2 later at weekend.
    Beside I increase some companies that I did not take photos on Day1, I also complete some reported companies with their special products.
    I take photos with many different companies with my limited time this week, still lost some companies to show up, sorry for the incomplete.

    First we take a look at ASUS, they grow up with motherboard products, now they have more and more product line with rich feature products and become luxuriant products company.

    EEEPC is the hottest products from ASUS, even the hottest over the slim NB market.
    This block showed all kinds of EEEPC.
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    The upcoming new version EEEPC1000.
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    The exist EEEPC901 have many color to choose.
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    ASUS Intel platform MB wall.
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    AMD platform motherboard wall.
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    790i top segment MB
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    Highest P45 ROG version with live demo.
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    Let’s take a look on another motherboard company GIGABYTE,
    Product lines looks fewer, besides MB, VGA and UMPC, other product line is not really good in the market.

    GIGABYTE P45 series.
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    Luxury P45 product with huge pipe and copper sink design.
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    Last year I did test P35 DS3P on many forum and with 100000 more page views, I think P45 DS3P will still keep their position on the market.
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    X48 is the highest segment chipset from Intel.
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    GIGABYTE VGA wall.
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    Special own design 9600GT VGA
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    Small form factor G45 MB
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    P45 DS4 DDR2 version
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    2 small PC/NB products same style as MSI WIND PC.
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    DFI, the great overclock motherboard maker.
    I think small board with better performance and overclock ability will be one of the MB future paths.
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    GF8300-MS2
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    790GX-M2RS
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    Another main product line of DFI, the IPC segment
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    FOXCONN, the biggest MB OEM company over the world.
    This concept product is 1 machine to output 8 monitors.
    Also have exclusive CASE to install.
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    The inside motherboard designed with 4 PCI-E slots to install 4 VGA with 8 screen outputs.
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    CORSAIR is the biggest overclock module maker.
    2 demo machine compare the 2GB and 4GB performance under COH game.
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    They also ask a website to show the extreme overclock with LN2.
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    GAINWARD have special VGA design, 2 DVI port is normal, but 1 more HDMI and 1 newest display port is very innovative and special.
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    ELSA, the NVIDIA series VGA company.
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    Their own heatsink design 9600GT product.
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    This image is similar as big car company logo.
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    New Phoenix heatsink
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    JETART, stay focus on thermal solutions.
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    NB heatsink model.
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    I share more Show Girl photos for you , hope you can feel relax and happy.
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    The exhaust keep growing when I go to the booth day by day,
    every day I took long time to walk to visit all the booths, this year we extend the hall to NanGang,
    it takes longer time with traffic, it reduce my time to visit and take photos. If you still interested in my presentation, I will try to have Day 3 report for you next week.
     
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    Nice pictures, thanks!
     
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    Good work with the coverage again man! :D
    Though I have to ask, WHAT WERE THEY EHINKING when they designed this?? It has an awesome passive heatsink, so why bother with the watercooling barbs (unless you're using that instead of a radiator?). And also, you're not going to be able to run 3x crossfire of any top end cards, because the dual slot coolers wont fit together at the bottom. (Still, it looks like 2x crossfire will still work...)

    Also, anyone else reckon the right booth babe in the 2nd photo looks a bit like Jessica Alba? ;)

    EDIT: When did AMD start manufacturing Pugeots? :p
     
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    Also, anyone else reckon the right booth babe in the 2nd photo looks a bit like Jessica Alba? ;)

    EDIT: When did AMD start manufacturing Pugeots? :p[/QUOTE]

    I dunno, i can see quite a difference, but she does look quite nice.

    And yes, what a freakishly .... damn that some cooling gigabyte have going there~!
     
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    Excellent Pics again Windwithme.

    It is ridiculous how big the heatsinks are getting on north bridges now, isnt it about time they starting developing them now? Cut cpu heat and power usage no probs but your motherboard will cost 5 times as much to run LOL
     
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    great contribution windwithme; keep up the good work :thumbup:
     
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    I can see a bit of Julia Roberts in there. :)

    Anyone know if those Gainward cards are GTX200 series? Look nice!
     
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    i also agree with Shinanigans and AMD girls are so much better than the others :lol:
     
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    Awesome, your crazy dude!!

    anyone else have issues where some of the pix are broken? (could be my ISP I guess) lovin the CES pix thankyou very much for what you've shot thus far :)

    Edit: and half breed azn girls are 110% beautiful :)
     
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    Almost enough to renew my faith in AMD :Pirate: ...not quite :/

    But awesome photo's Windwithme - thanks!
     
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    Yup I too feel relax and happy after seeing those chicks. :D
     
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    Hehehe, the LN guy has a Nintendo shirt :lol:
     
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    Couple of crossfire uATX from DFI, interesting.

    Yep the AMD chicks are the cutest and MSI girls are too.
     
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    windwithme awesome photos indeed ! :thumbup:
     
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    doesn't seem we're at interested at the hardware much :cool:


    and yes, the AMD chick on the right is beautiful:)
     
  19. Mr Bubbles

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    AMD making a come back!

    I think that since management at AMD did so well with the recruitment process for ComputeX maybe this is a sign that they are turning AMD around. Might be time to buy AMD stock. Like the belly button stud on the MSI chick too. AMD girls look the cutest but I think the MSI girls would be the most fun.
     
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    I don't see any AMD girls?
    I can see the MSI ones.
     

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