64-Bit Opteron Powered Gaming Computer

Posted: Aug 22 2003, 10:59am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 9:43am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips

 

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64-Bit Opteron Powered Gaming Computer
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PCFX announces availability of the new Leviathan III, based on AMD’s Opteron 64-bit high performance CPU. The Leviathan III will be available with Opteron models 240, 242, 244, 246, and will be paired with nVidia’s new nForce3 system platform processor, bringing AGP 8X, dual channel DDR, Serial ATA, and more to the already impressive feature list of the Leviathan III.

“We are very excited to offer the power of the Opteron processor in our Leviathan III gaming computers”, says Chris Morley of PCFX Technologies. “The AMD Opteron brings an unprecedented level of forward-looking performance, with extremely fast 32-bit performance today, and compatibility with tomorrow’s 64-bit operating systems, applications, and games.”

PCFX Technologies is a designer of high performance custom computers, with a focus on gaming, 3D modeling, and digital content creation.
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