Mercury launches Intel Motherboards with HDMI support

By SiliconIndia   |   Thursday, 16 April 2009, 13:15 Hrs
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New Delhi: Kobian, the Singapore based manufacturer of 'Mercury' products, has announced the launch of their latest Intel platform Motherboards PIG41M and PIG43M with HDMI support.

Without the need for add-in cards or decoders, these motherboards can play high definition audio video content for the mainstream performance desktops.

PIG43M features Intel G43 Express and ICH10 chipsets, supports FSB1333 and the 4 DIMM DDR2 800, Core 2 Duo offering an extended support up to 8GB. The integrated GMA X4500 graphic engine supports smooth HD playback and Vista Premium Eligible with DX10. It provides the ultimate graphics performance through PCI-E Gen2.0 x16 interface thus upgrading the visual & gaming experience. "The highlight of this Motherboard is the HDMI support", said, Sushmita Das, Country Manager (India), Kobian. The HDMI interface supports existing high definition video formats (720p, 1080i & even 1080p), plus multi-channel digital audio on a single cable. Combination with HDCP provides a secure audio/video interface that meets security requirements of content providers and system operators. "The board is packed with the 8Channel High Definition Audio Codec and Gigabit Lan, which enhances every computing & gaming experience," she added.

PIG41M utilises Intel G41 Express chipset supporting Intel 45nm processors and Core 2 Quad processors. It is equipped with 2 DIMM DDR2 800 up to 4GB, providing good scalability and total efficiency. Powered with the in-built GMA X4500 graphics and Clear Video Technology, it provides an enthralling output with 6.1 channel audio codec. PIG41M is the ideal choice for family and commercial use.

Current Mercury Motherboard range includes entry level Intel 945chipset boards along with the mainstream Intel PIG31Z and Nvidia MCP73 Motherboard. Mercury Motherboards are available with a 2-Year Walk-In warranty at all Kaizen Infoserve service centres, the service-arm of Kobian.

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