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Monday, 04 June 2007 10:18

Gigabyte RD790 runs four graphics cards

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Computex 07: Four Radeon HD2600XT inside, pictured


Gigabyte
is the first to jump the guns with RD790 chipset and there will be a few live demos at the show. The chipset has been sampling since Cebit but this will be the first live demo of it.

Gigabyte brands its board as GA-M790-DQ6 with four yet to be announced Radeon HD 2600XT with 256 MB 128 bit memory and passive cooling.

These cards will launch in July at least officially. The motherboard itself supports Athlon AM2+ CPUs and Agena – Phenom X series m four DDR2 and a cheap aluminum , copper painted silent pipe cooling.  

you can only get four single slot cards inside and if you use four there will work at 8X mode. Its good to see two PCI slots on the board and six SATA ports.

Here are a few pictures of the board and the system running with the board.  

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