ingle 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.
Also on show will the QX-30, 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 firm will also be discussing with key customers its product launch strategy to coincide with the release of the first members of AMD's "Fusion" advanced technology family in early 2011.
"Quixant is a close AMD product partner for gaming and we intend to be very aggressive in releasing exciting new products that harness the spectacular features that AMDs next generation technology brings to gaming" said Nick Jarmany, Managing Director of Quixant.
"Traditionally it has taken considerable time for new technologies to filter down into gaming products, but in partnership with AMD Quixant plans to change that from early 2011. Quixant aims to release advanced gaming products based on AMDs unique Fusion technology almost co-incident with consumer products."