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September 13, 2003 Show:   Topic: New Motherboards  Guest: Bill Howells
Since 1989, Mach Speed Technologies, Inc. has been committed to providing their customers with the highest quality components with the best possible service. Recipient of numerous awards for design, development, and product improvement as well as community service, Mach Speed Technologies strives for the highest production standards in the electronics industry through persistence, dedication to quality, and a 100% commitment to customer service.

Bill Howells, CEO of Mach Speed, discusses the Mach-K18P and Mach-865PE motherboards. The Mach-K18P supports up to a 3 GHz Athlon processor while the Mach-865PE motherboards support up to a 3GHz Pentium 4 chip.
Listen To Mach Speed Technologies, Inc.September 13, 2003 interview
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