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Monday, 04 June 2007 11:41

G31 integrated board pictured

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Computex 07:
GMA 3100 is the name


Gigabyte has another surprise. We snapped a picture of a G31 motherboard, a cheaper version of the G33 chipset that will take away the low end integrated market.

It is nothing exciting, but it will be a cheapo integrated board with the Vista premium logo sticker. It supports DDR2 800, a single PCIe 16X, two PCI slots and 4x PCI slots.

Intel will call the integrated graphics core, Graphic Media Accelerator GMA 3100 and the boards should start shipping shortly.

The official name of the Gigabyte board is GA-G31MX-S2.

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