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By | Team Register 12th April 2006 10:21

Enta signs Connect 3D

They do graphics cards

Components distributor Enta Technologies has signed another ATI graphics card manufacturer, Connect 3D.

It is stocking a range of Connect 3D cards with the same range of ATI graphics chips (X550, X1300, X1600 and for gamers X1900) as any other graphics card manufacturer that doesn't use graphics processors by the only other mainstream alternative chip, Nvidia.

Enta's press release on the subject is long on the usual fluff and short on details - so you'll have to get in touch with them if you want to find out more.

But here's the official word on the matter from Jon Atherton, vice president of Enta Technologies: "Resellers and system builders will be spoilt for choice with the new ATI offerings available from Enta Technologies. We are confident this new product range will enable Enta to expand its growing customer base and provide our customers with leading technology at affordable prices.”

Thanks for that, Jon. ®

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