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ATX Motherboard is based on Intel Core 2 Duo processor.

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ATX Motherboard is based on Intel Core 2 Duo processor.

October 5, 2006 - Industrial motherboard, RUBY-9716VGAR, has ATX form factor that supports Intel® Core 2 Duo dual-core E6400 processor. In addition to Intel 82Q965 Graphics and Memory Controller Hub and Intel I/O Controller Hub ICH8DO, its Q965 Express chipset features Intel® Graphics Main Accelerator 3000, dual-channel memory bandwidth up to 12.8 GB, and dynamic video memory of 384 MB. Applications include medical equipment, industrial automation, process control, and network security.

American Portwell Technology - Newark, CA

Original Press Release

Portwell Introducing Industrial ATX Motherboard Based on Intel Core 2 Duo Processor

Press release date: September 11, 2006

Industrial motherboard users are often faced with the choice between powerful computing power and the high cost of the energy it consumes. And while thermal coolers are effective, the weight and size of the cooler itself can become a weak link in the system. American Portwell Technology, Inc., a world-leading innovator in the Industrial PC (IPC) market and a member of the Intel Communications Alliance, has developed a practical solution to this problem with its new RUBY-9716VGAR industrial motherboard.

The ATX form factor mainboard supports the energy-saving Intel® Core 2 Duo dual-core E6400 processor based on the latest Q965 Express chipset, which includes the Intel® 82Q965 Graphics and Memory Controller Hub and the Intel I/O Controller Hub ICH8DO, and features a Intel® Graphics Main Accelerator 3000, dual-channel memory bandwidth as high as 12.8 GB, and dynamic video memory of 384 MB to enable enhanced gaming and video interaction. Available now, Portwell's new RUBY-9716VGAR industrial ATX motherboard is the ideal solution for applications in the medical equipment, gaming machine, industrial automation, financial automation, process control, semiconductor equipment, and network security markets.

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