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Monday, 30 April 2007 18:33

Gigabyte does Crossfire and HDMI

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Gigabyte GA-MA69G-S3H - AMD 690G 


Gigabyte announced a new board based on DAAMIT's 690G chipset and named it GA-MA69G-S3H. This board wouldn't be very interesting if it didn't have integrated HDMI and Crossfire support, all on the same board.

This board uses a full ATX design, unlike most of the boards based on AMD's 690G chipset. The others ended up being mATX designs. It comes with 1 PCIe x16 slot and one PCIe x4, three PCIe x1 slots, and two PCI slots.

The board has a Realtek ALC889A audio codec. It comes with a TV-Out bracket. On the back you will find HDMI, S/PDIF, D-SUB, 1394a, GbE LAN and 8 ch audio ports. Two display can be connected to the onboard HDMI + D-sub connectors, and four more from two graphics cards in the two PCIe slots.

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Our friends at OCWorkBench managed to get their hands on a board and here is a picture. You can find out more on OCWorkBench.

 

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