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Thursday, 22 November 2007 10:53

Abit releases I-N73H Series Motherboards

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Nvidia GeForce7100 onboard


Abit
has released a new series of Entertainment and Gaming Platform motherboards.

Dubbed the I-N73H Series, the boards are based on the Nvidia GeForce 7100 and nForce 630i single chip. The I-N73H series will support next generation 45nm multi-core processors and Intel Core 2 Extreme/Quad/Duo processors with up to 1333 MHz FSB.

Abit claims that despite the small mATX form factor, the I-N73H Series provides a maximum of 4GB memory capacity for DDR2 800 modules. The integrated GeForce 7 Series graphics supports DirectX 9 and Shader Model 3.0, as well as nView.

It has the Abit engineered 4-Phase-PWM for better power switch efficiency, while the passive heatsink on top of the PWM area silently dissipates heat.

No news on price yet.
Last modified on Friday, 23 November 2007 20:17
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