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Thursday, 16 October 2008 14:59

EVGA launches Geforce 9300 motherboard

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Sticks to ATX form factor

EVGA has launched its own version of the Geforce 9300 motherboard, and unlike other companies, EVGA decided to stick to the good old ATX form factor.

The new nForce 730i motherboard supports Intel LGA775 CPUs, has four DDR2-800 slots and support for DirectX 10, courtesy of the integrated Geforce 9300 GPU with 16 stream processors. The rest of the specs include FSB support of up to 1333MHz, one PCI Express 2.0 x16 slot for some Hybrid SLI action, two PCI-Express x1 and three PCI slots, and eight SATA 3.0GB/s ports.

The back plate is tightly packed with four USB, integrated 7.1 Azalia audio, PS/2 mouse and keyboard, optical and coaxial SPDIF, integrated Gigabit LAN port, and last but not least, VGA D-Sub, Dual-link DVI-I and HDCP HDMI port.

The new EVGA nForce 730i motherboard is still not available, but the price stands at US $129.99 at EVGA's store.

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