Tyan® launches groundbreaking workstation motherboard for Intel® Xeon® processor
Tyan Thunder i7505 with Intel® E7505 Supports AGP 8X, U320 SCSI, FireWire and More.
Fremont, CA, November 18, 2002 - Tyan® launched their groundbreaking Thunder i7505 S2665, one of the world's first motherboards to utilize the new Intel® E7505 chipset. Supporting the AGP 8X graphics and the latest Intel® Xeon™ processors with 533MHz system bus, the Thunder i7505 represents the pinnacle of performance for today's most demanding workstation applications.
The Thunder i7505 S2665 also features the fastest, most efficient ways to import, manipulate, transfer and store both graphics and video. With its AGP 8X/Pro50 graphics slot, plus integrated Gigabit Ethernet, FireWire, USB 2.0, and optional Ultra320 SCSI ports, the Thunder i7505 is ready to handle virtually any graphics or video application. Install a Tyan Tachyon G9700 Pro AGP 8X graphics card, and customers will realize the best AGP performance available today.
"Utilizing Intel's E7505 chipset, the Thunder i7505 provides maximum performance for the graphics professional", stated Danny Hsu, Senior Director of Sales and Marketing at Tyan. "AGP 8X graphics, dual-channel DDR, PCI-X, and the widest range of connectivity ports, make the Thunder i7505 the premier workstation motherboard."
"Tyan's Thunder i7505, utilizing the Intel E7505 chipset, offers the latest technologies such as AGP 8X graphics, dual channel DDR memory, PCI-X and USB 2.0 to enable a performance-packed dual-processor workstation platform for digital content creation, mechanical CAD and other complex workloads", said Hemant Dhulla, director of Enterprise Chipset Marketing for Intel's Enterprise Platforms Group.
The Thunder i7505 is currently sampling, with wide availability expected in Dec. 2002.