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Monday, 16 April 2012 11:12

Gigabyte launches B75 motherboards

Written by Nick Farrell



Intel boards designed for Small businesess


Gigabyte has announced the launch of its Gigabyte B75 series motherboards, which are Intel boards for r small business users.

Gigabyte B75 motherboards are specifically designed to fill the gap between traditional entry-level products, and specialized business PCs. The Intel B75 Express Chipset supports Intel 2nd and 3rd generation processors and is positioned between Intel Q77 and Intel H61 Express Chipsets, offering a sweet spot in terms of value and features.

Supporting the latest 22nm 3rd generation Intel Core Ivy Bridge processors, Gigabyte B75 series motherboards use  the Intel B75 Express Chipset, and are the first motherboards to be bundled with the latest Intel Small Business Advantage software platform; a collection of free out-of-the-box software applications designed to make it easier than ever for small business users to manage and configure their IT infrastructure.

Henry Kao, Vice President of GIGABYTE Motherboard Business Unit said that the  Gigabyte B75 series represents an exciting step up in Gigabyte's commitment to Intel’s business platforms, and we are investing significant company resources to promote broad adoption amongst our global customer base. 

There are four models: GA-B75-D3V GA-B75M-D3H GA-B75M-D3V and the imaginatively titled GA-P75-D3.

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