ECS today introduced the KN1 Extreme, NFORCE4-A939 and NFORCE4-A754 motherboards, all three based on NVIDIA nForce4 family chips. Belonging to the top performance Extreme series, the KN1 Extreme motherboard uses the new NVIDIA nForce4 Ultra single chip, delivering revolutionary technologies – including PCI Express, SATA 3Gb/s, secure high-speed networking and high-performance RAID. In order to optimize PC performance, the KN1 Extreme includes NVIDIA nTune, enabling KN1 Extreme to operate at speeds up to FSB 2GHz. The KN1 Extreme and NFORCE4-A939 are now available; the NFORCE4-A754 will be launched at the end of December.

ECS today introduced the KN1 Extreme, NFORCE4-A939 and NFORCE4-A754
motherboards, all three based on NVIDIA nForce4 family chips. Belonging to the
top performance Extreme series, the KN1 Extreme motherboard uses the new NVIDIA
nForce4 Ultra single chip, delivering revolutionary technologies – including PCI
Express, SATA 3Gb/s, secure high-speed networking and high-performance RAID.

In order to optimize PC performance, the KN1 Extreme includes NVIDIA nTune,
enabling KN1 Extreme to operate at speeds up to FSB 2GHz.

And KN1 Extreme has added a second 802.11g LAN connector to make this
motherboard ideal for Internet connection sharing over a home network. KN1
Extreme supports four SATA2 ports through the NVIDIA nForce4 single chip as well
as two standard SATA ports through the SiS180 controller.

Embedded in NVIDIA nForce4 Family chips, NForce4-A939 and NForce4-A754
motherboards also bring the benefits of PCI-Express and Gigabyte LAN. Both
motherboards also support the advanced AMD K8 platform, are engineered with
Trinity RAID (RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 0+1) and come with up to 10 USB ports.

The KN1 Extreme and NFORCE4-A939 are now available; the NFORCE4-A754 will be
launched at the end of December.