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Gigabyte has two X38 Motherboards

by on01 June 2007
DDR3 and 45nm in action


Gigabyte will show two X38 chipset based motherboards at Computex, the GA-X38T-DQ6 and the GA-X38-DQ6. Gigabyte will host the world's first live demo of its next generation "Ultra Durable 2" platforms.

Both motherboards come with advanced PCI Express 2.0 support for true dual x16 connectivity and support for the upcoming 45 nm Intel multi-core processors. The only difference between these two, beside the "T" in their codename, is the support for DDR3 memory up to 1,333MHz.

As mentioned, both of them are from the "Ultra Durable 2" series so they feature high efficient components such as ferrite core choke coils, low RDS on MOSFETs and Japanese manufactured solid capacitors.

Gigabyte will also show a wide range of well known P35 based motherboards, with GA-P35T-DQ6 as the class leader.

Last modified on 03 June 2007
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