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Tuesday, 23 October 2007 15:39

Gigabyte's X48 unveiled

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Both DDR2 and DDR3 version


Our Turkish colleagues over at Donanimhaber.com have been very busy in the past few days. They have managed to score pictures of Gigabyte's upcoming X48 based boards, branded Gigabyte X48-DQ6 and X48T-DQ6.

Both boards have the same features but with different memory support. The X48-DQ6 comes with DDR2 1200, while the X48T-DQ6 supports the DDR3 1800 memory. Both boards feature two PCI-Express 2.0 x16 slots, three PCI-Express x1 and two plain PCI slots.

The board layout is the same, and so are the specs; at least that is what we can see from the picture. Eight sATA ports, one IDE, dual gigabit LAN and passive heatpipe cooling solution rounds out the rest of the board.

Anyway, here are the pictures, so take a look.

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