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Wednesday, 25 May 2011 09:46

Two Gigabyte Llano boards pictured, detailed

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ATX and mATX flavors
The Donanimhaber crew has managed to score quite a few hot AMD stories in recent days and now they have come across Gigabyte’s new Llano board.

Dubbed GA-A75-UD4H and based on the A75 chipset, this ATX board features four DDR3 slots, two PCIe 2.0 x16 slots (x8 when both are in use), eight USB 3.0 ports, along with the usual array of audio and networking ports. It features a 10-phase VRM and supports DDR3-1866 memory.

Not to be outdone by their eastern neighbors, the guys at ghz.gr scooped Gigabyte’s GA-A75-UD2H. This is an mATX board, but it still features two PCIe 2.0 x16 slots, along with four memory slots. The feature set appears to be roughly the same, albeit with fewer USB ports.

Both boards should appear in mid June, as soon as AMD introduces the first Llano APUs. Judging by the leaks, there is a good chance you could catch one of these boards if you go fishing on the Aegean this summer.
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