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"Acrosser's "All-in-One" line of gaming platforms are claimed to
meet GLI, BMM, Comma 6A/B, and many other gaming specifications and
regulations. Acrosser also provides ODM services for modifying the
products to meet the jurisdictions of specific countries.
"The ACE-B5296 is designed for the Italian Comma 6A/B AWP, and
VLT markets, and supports JAMMA (Japan Amusement Machinery
Manufacturers Association), and the ACE-B5692 supports both JAMMA
and popular eight-liner interfaces which enable the product to be
deployed around the world, says the company.
"The ACE-B5296 offers an Intel 915GME northbridge and ICH6M
southbridge, and supports an Intel Pentium or Celeron M CPU with up
to 2GB DDR2 RAM, says Acrosser. The more advanced ACE-B5692 is said
to provide a GME965 northbridge and ICH8M southbridge, and can run
on an Intel Core 2 Duo or Celeron M with up to 4GB DDR2 RAM."