ATI Releases New Notebook Chipset

"ATI Releases New Notebook Chipset"

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ATI Press Release

ATI has just recently announced the release of the Xpress 1100 series of notebook chipsets. Supporting AMD's new Turion X2 CPU & the upcoming Windows Vista, and with a graphics chip up to 33% faster than the previous Xpress 200M, this chipset looks to possibly be a force to be reckoned with. One of the main features that is put up is longer battery life.

The onboard graphics chip uses ATI's newest in power management technology, Powerplay, which will automatically adjust the graphics core clock speed and voltage. This, combined with the Turion X2's own power management will help give this platform superior battery life.

The Xpress 1100 chipset will be available in notebooks made by leading manufacturers such including Fujitsu-Siemens Computers, Gateway, and HP. ATI's Press Release

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16-05-2006, 14:17:56

lol here it is work in prgress:

16-05-2006, 14:23:19

Looking quite Ghetto at the moment mate but I'm sure you can tidy it all up :D

16-05-2006, 14:32:27


Looking quite Ghetto at the moment mate but I'm sure you can tidy it all up :D

yeah It does I have a didgital camara now so i can take as many pics as needed.

I was thinking of getting 2 more 150 MM fans and putting all 4 fans on the sides. I got the hardware just need to find the time and the motivation to cut the silly holes.

I may also get some black lights, the ones you would use in the house, also get some UV molexes.

Need to pick up a sander too Like to refinish the dresser once i get the cutting done.

Now I like to get rid of the box and such also and the trays ( salvaged from old cases ) I just need to figure out how to mount the mobos onto the bottom of the drawer

EDIT: you want to see ghetto...take a look at the PSU i hooked up. The 20 pin connector was cut off and i needed a PSU and this was the only one so i modded it into the pin holder on the works which is wierd lol

16-05-2006, 14:40:30


Nice mate some good work there. We're loving the OC3D folding :D

As a note - can you upload images on our upload server Here - login with your OC3D login details

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