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September 18, 2021

This is the first PC-based platform with everything

Quixant to show three new gaming platforms at G2E 2009

(US).- Quixant Ltd announced that it will be showing three new PC-based gaming platforms at the Global Gaming Expo in Vegas this year at Stand 2030. The first of the new platforms, the QXi-106, a is based around the powerful AMD 690E chipset.


his is the first  PC-based platform with everything, including game storage, integrated onto the motherboard made specifically for the “Comma 6a” Italian market. By using the powerful 690E chipset from AMD with its lightning fast integrated graphics core, there is no need for expensive or unreliable plug in graphics cards.

The second of the new platforms is the QXi-100. Ideal for cost sensitive markets, the QXi-100 is based around AMD’s embedded RS780E chipset, providing fantastic dual screen graphics performance at a very competitive price. Single and dual core 64-bit CPU options mean the QXi-100 will run even the most demanding games and applications. The QXi-100 comes complete in a sealed aluminium case and measures just 275mm x 175mm x 85mm tall.

Finally the QX-30 completes the G2E line up. The QX-30 is Quixant’s high end platform and a first in gaming with the ability to drive four independent screens. Single, dual and even Quad core CPU options means the QX-30 really does pack a powerful punch.

“The launch of these three new products at G2E 2009 reinforces Quixant’s market leading position. We have the best range of features, performance and value in the industry, together with long term supply and unrivalled software support, including SAS,” said Gary Mullins, Sales Director of Quixant.

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