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Friday, 07 December 2007 12:09

Gigabyte launches P35 board with five PCI slots

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For those with a lot of PCI cards

Got a lot of PCI cards and feel like there isn't a motherboard that suits your needs? Well, Gigabyte has come to your rescue with the GA-P35-S3G, as it features no less than five PCI slots, as well as a single x16 and x1 PCIe slot.

It is based on the P35 chipset and has four memory slots for DDR2 memory; and it supports all Intel processors from 800 to 1,333MHz bus. It also features four SATA connectors and a single IDE connector.

Around the back you'll find two PS/2 pots, a serial and parallel port, six USB 2.0 ports, Gigabit Ethernet and three audio jacks for the onboard 5.1-channel HD audio. There's also three headers for another six USB 2.0 ports.

This is a rather unusual board by today's measurements, but it could be a hit with anyone that has a lot of PCI cards that are still usable. The only downside is that this board isn't part of Gigabyte's Ultra Durable series, so it doesn't feature all solid capacitors.

You can find the product page here 

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