Updated 22 May, 2013, 9:53 am IST
XFX Launches nForce 680i LT SLI Mobo
| by Gaurav Seth |
XFX, a top graphic card manufacturer, announced the entry in motherboard segment with the launch of Nvidia's 680i LT SLI. The India launch coincides with the simultaneous worldwide launch of XFX nForce 680i LT SLI motherboard.
Speaking on the launch Mr. Sunny Narain—VP, Sales and Marketing, XFX—HongKong said "After successfully introducing our range of graphics card, now with the introduction of 680i LT we are strengthening our position for extreme users looking in for high end graphics applications. Being the first to introduce 680i LT in India, XFX will gain tremendous mileage doubled with a very attractive price point."
The soft launch of the product was held during a recently held XFX Channel meet in Mumbai. Also present at the occasion was Mr. Gramham Kwok, Senior Account Manager, XFX and introducing the motherboard said, "We have coincided the launch with the ongoing cricket world cup to help our partners get an exhilarating response from the gaming community."
Features like DualNet with Teaming, NVIDIA firstPacket and NVIDIA LinkBoost make it stand apart from the rest of the competition. For hardcore gamers, overclocking is something that they always crave for and XFX 680i LT is capable of overclocking up to 27% more than most of the other non-Nvidia competitors. NVIDIA’s NV BIOS offers more control and power to you manage your BIOS with innovative display. NVIDIA nTune is a bundled unified control screen that makes the board management easy.
For more details on XFX 680i LT and other XFX gaming components, log on to www.xfxforce.com. XFX 680i LT is available at a suggested end user price of Rs. 14,000 along with a warranty of 3 years (2 years standard + 1 year extended warranty On Registration) from all the 50 Rashi branches and select Rashi partners across India.
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