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Alright, the Xpress 200 chipset has a good handle on business needs. But how’s it stack up for gamers?

It’s been a very long time since we first checked out a motherboard based on ATI’s Xpress 200 chipset, and we were pretty impressed at the time. The initial Xpress 200 chipset boards were meant for business computers and media centers where the integrated graphics were the main attraction. In the enthusiast space, where performance, BIOS options, and dual-graphics cards are key considerations, the chipset hasn’t gained nearly as much traction as Nvidia’s nForce 4. [Read the rest]

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