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Friday, 08 July 2011 12:45

Gigabyte releases AMD boards

Written by Nick Farell
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Supports AMD A75 chipsets, and A-Series APUs
Gigabyte has launched its latest series of motherboards supporting the new AMD A75 series chipsets and the latest AMD A-Series APUs or Llano. Gigabyte A75 based motherboards offer DIY PC builders and integrators a new world of 3D and multimedia performance with the most scalable, and best value upgrade path imaginable.

Henry Kao, VP of Worldwide Service and Marketing at Gigabyte said that the new boards were new and exciting as AMD new APU's were “ground breaking” APU technology. As well as bringing AMD A-Series technology to DIY users who demand excellent gaming and multimedia performance on a budget, these motherboards also offer a compelling upgrade path that includes Dual Graphics configurations, he said.

Gigabyte A75 series boards features an AMD A75 ‘Hudson’ chipset supporting the latest 32 nanometer AMD A-Series APUs. These processors are the first ever to combine a DX11-capable, high performance graphics processor with a choice of a dual or quad core CPU in one silicon die, offering a 3D gaming and multimedia experience similar to a discrete graphics configuration.

All Gigabyte A75 series motherboards are part of the Gigabyte Super4 motherboard range, and as such are equipped with the very best components and a comprehensive range of unique features that guarantee flawless system stability and extended product longevity without compromising on performance, features and device connectivity.

There is no word on price yet but the model numbers are GA-A75-UD4H, GA-A75-D3H, GA-A75-DS3P, GA-A75M-UD2H, GA-A75M-D2H, GA-A75M-S2V and GA-A75N-USB3.


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+17 #1 Evildead666 2011-07-08 13:13
And here's a link to the press release (which should be in the article) :

http://ee.gigabyte.com/media/2588

Lots of credit for not just copy/paste though ;)
 
 
+1 #2 crackerz 2011-07-09 12:19
Quoting Evildead666:
And here's a link to the press release (which should be in the article) :

http://ee.gigabyte.com/media/2588

Lots of credit for not just copy/paste though ;)


And its old news.. if you see the gigabyte publish it at 28/06/2011 and fudzilla publish it at Friday, 08 July 2011 12:45

One week ago I was watching the specs of each motherboard because it happen to be in the gigabyte's website.
 
 
0 #3 darkpulse 2011-07-10 14:34
I hope the pricing will be really aggressive. People can get dirty cheap PC's for decent computing.
 

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