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Monday, 27 August 2007 23:58

Gigabyte gives a RD790 motherboard to a journo

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Quad PCIe 2.0 graphics interface


Our colleagues at ocworkbench managed to get their hands on Gigabyte RD790 board called Gigabyte GA-MA790-DQ6 and this might be one of the first boards with RD790 chipset.

It supports up to four PCIe cards with Quad crossfire where two works at 16X and two at 8X. The board is capable of hosting Athlon 64 / FX and Phenom processors in AM2+ socket and DDR 2 1066.

We won’t tell you much more but be sure you check the pictures and the rest of the specs over here.

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