Two second-tier Taiwan motherboard makers – DFI and Jetway Information – expect their businesses to remain brisk in January, with DFI counting on new AMD64 motherboards and Jetway on LCD monitors, according to sources at the two makers. With the introduction of two new motherboards, the LANParty NF4 SLI-DR and LANPartyUT NF4 Ultra-D, early this month, DFI expects its January revenues to grow 10% over the NT$190 million it recorded in December last year, said company sources.
The two new models, built using Nvidia nForce4 chipsets, are designed to support the Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) socket-939 Athlon 64 platform, according to product information posted on the company website.
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News source: DigiTimes