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ASUSTek has also extended their product selection this morning in the form of the new GeForce 7900GTX G71, as well as a few motherboards. The products launching include -- P5B Deluxe, M2N32-SLI Deluxe, N4L-VM DH, EN7900GTX, EN7600GT SILENT, EAX1300PRO SILENT. The ASUS P5B Deluxe uses Intel's Broadwater Chipset (P965 + ICH8R) and boasts a wealth of other features. Meanwhile, the ASUS M2N32-SLI Deluxe is their first AMD Socket AM2 motherboard, and utilizes the NVIDIA C51D + MCP55P Chipset. The N4L-VM DH serves as ASUS' first Core Duo product with Intel's Viiv platform. Onto the graphics cards, the two new NVIDIA products use these newly launched GPUs. More information on this latest product launch is available at the corporate website.