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Monday, 11 June 2007 10:29

MSI has Fuzzy GM965

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Computex 07: Mini-ITX with two slots


MSI was showing off its latest addition to its Mini-ITX range of motherboards with the Fuzzy GM965 which has two slots, one PCIe x16 and one normal PCI slot. There's also a mini PCIe slot for various upgrade options such as wireless cards and TV-tuners.

The board is based on the latest mobile chipset with integrated graphics from Intel, the GM965 and ICH8M. It has two DDR2 DIMM slots for up to 4GB of DDR2 667MHz memmory.

Although there's only a D-Sub connector on the rear of the board, both DVI and component video out is supported via various addons. The board also features 7.1-channel audio with optical S/PDIF out and dual Gigabit Ethernet interfaces.

The only problem would be to find a suitable case, as most Mini-ITX cases don't have two slots at the rear.

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