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Distribution of XGI brand Volari to Penetrate the Global Market

XGI Technology Inc, the largest Graphic Chip Design Company in Asia, today announced the continuing effort to globally distribute XGI brand Volari in CES 2005, the major electronics consumer show in the US (LVCC Hall 4, Booth 36076). In CES 2005, XGI will be presenting the Dell Inspiron 5160 which utilizes Volari XP5’s mobile solution for the maximum performance. Furthermore, the full product line of Volari brand in the Desktop, Mobile, & Server markets will be offered.

“It demonstrates our great R&D ability and product quality to capture Dell’s recognition in such a short period of time. Globally, we have pushed for the Volari series brand in Desktop, Mobile, & Server. Furthermore, many companies have adapted to our solutions,” said Ralph Cheng, World-Wide Sales VP of XGI. “US is an important market place in the Graphics field. We have worked hard to build a strong customer relationship and soon the US consumers will be the beneficiary of our hard works.

In the desktop sector, Volari brand incorporates high end, main stream, & value markets. Volari V8 & V5 are targeted at high end & main stream markets; They support the newest structure in Microsoft DirectX and OpenGL, Shader 2.0, has great 3D cinematic effects, 8/4 pixel pipelines, realistic coloring, and smooth curves. Volari V3 & V3XT have the highest PC ratio over the same market sector’s competitions. Volari V3XT is the only product in this market sector that supports DirectX9.

In the mobile sector, XGI obtains Dell & ECS as major clients. The product that made this possible is the Volari XP5 which supports Microsoft DirectX9. With fewer transistors, Volari XP5 has lower power consumption, a better thermal solution, and better performance than our competitors. With CoolPower Technology, XP5 evidently prolongs the battery life of the bundling notebook. Volari XP5 incorporates technologies such as TrueVideo Accelerator, ColorAmp Engine, and Cipher Video Processor for a high quality, clear, and stable image quality.

In the Server, Thin Client, and other embedded markets, Volari Z7 beats all its competitions and is XGI’s new bright star. Volari Z7 has built-in 2D graphics engine, supports PCI interface, and DDR/DDRII/GDDRIII specs. The direct support of PCI interface eliminates the cost of PCI and AGP Bridge. Furthermore, it is extremely flexible with 8-128MB memory combination and high performance 16bit/32bit bandwidth. The die chip of Volari Z7 is smaller than competitor’s; It has more advanced and complex design, can support a broader market audience, and have great software supports. Lastly, Volari Z7 utilizes Microsoft DirectDraw for the best utilization of system memory. With half the number of transistors, Volari Z7 requires lowest thermal solution, low power, and more stable performance.

About XGI Technology, Inc.
XGI Technology Inc., originated from eXtreme Graphics Innovation, was founded in June 2003 and is headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan. XGI is the leading visual computing and GPU design company focused on delivering powerful and feature-packed GPU performance to enrich the users experience. XGI has positioned itself as a Fabless IC design company. It offers a full range of video solutions for Professional, Entertainment and Mobile users.

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