Gigabyte launches Sandy Bridge motherboards

Gigabyte has launched its latest generation of motherboards that are compatible with the Intel Sandy Bridge 'Core' processors

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Gigabyte launches Sandy Bridge motherboards
By  Clayton Vallabhan Published  January 6, 2011

Golden Systems Middle East has announced the launch of Gigabyte's latest generation of motherboards for the 2nd generation, Sandy Bridge, Intel Core processors. The new series is based on Intel's P67 and H67 chipsets and supports dual channel DDR3 memory.

Key features on these motherboards include a 24-phase power design, an Intel approved Intersil VRD 12 compliant PWM controller, dual CPU power, 10USB 3.0 ports and eight USB 2.0 ports, 3-way SLI/CrossFireX support, 3x USB Sleep and charge ports.

 "We are pleased to launch Gigabyte Technologies' latest range of 6 series motherboards in the Middle East region. Gigabyte has been the leader in technology innovation and its new 6-series motherboard range is another example of the company's commitment to delivering only the best in technology to its customers. We are sure the new range will surpass all expectations in this region," says Iman Mozaffari, Senior Manager, Golden Systems Middle East.

The full range of Gigabyte motherboards will include ten ATX models and seven micro-ATX models. Gigabyte's familiar naming scheme is prevalent right from the P67A-UD7 to the H67M-D2. There are three models that target SMBs, namely B65M-D2, B65M-D2 and Q67M-S2H. Additional models are planned to launch throughout the first and second quarters of this year, with an estimated 40+ Gigabyte Socket 1155 models available by the middle of 2011.

2681 days ago

I agree with u bergel I think asus Z68 is better.I got a Gigabyte board without iGPU functionality , so bad. Can I exchange it with the new version and use Lucid Virtu?

2694 days ago

ASUS P8P67 is even better in appordable price... hmmm why paying more if u can get a cheaper price but better performace.. good job asus

2756 days ago

Gigabyte has recently launched the Z68X motherboards. but as i have red from the reviews on the net that switchable Graphic cards does not support 50 % of VGA's in the market. huh?? is that true?? I have to see and try it myself. so disappointing??! :(

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