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Friday, 16 March 2007 15:39

Sapphire follows DAAMIT's 690G trend

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Cebit 2007: HDMI lady in white

Sapphire has announced its new motherboard, a new member of Pure Innovation line. Codenamed "PURE Innovation PI-AM2RS690MHD", it uses the DAAMIT's 690G in micro-ATX format.
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It has four slots for DDR2 dual 800/677/533, and supports up to 8GB. It also features one PCI-Express X16, one PCI-Express X1 and two PCI slots. Integrated with X1250 offers HDMI and has another plain VGA connector, and it features ATI Avivo. Other specifications are HD 8-channel audio, eight USB 2.0 ports, two FireWire ports, four SATA-II and LAN.

 

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It is nothing special, we seen a lot of boards based on 690G chipset. But you've got admit that it looks good in white.

Last modified on Saturday, 17 March 2007 05:52

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