Gigabyte adds USB 3.0 to H57 motherboard

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Just recently, we reported on the development of three available by Gigabyte motherboard chipset Intel H55, intended for future 32 nm processors Clarkdale. And we now know that the plans contain the issue of Taiwan products more functional, and probably more expensive product - mainboard GA-H57M-USB3 based on the chipset Intel H57.

Motherboard GA-H57M-USB3 done in a blue color scheme, and its printed circuit board contains two ounces of copper (about 56.7 grams), which increases the reliability of the device. The fee is designed to interact with Intel chips in performance LGA 1156 and has four slots for memory modules DDR3, as well as two expansion slots for PCI-Express x16 with support for the regime CrossFireX.

In accordance with its name motherboard GA-H57M-USB3 equipped with two ports USB 3.0, and one eSATA connector and seven-port SATA 3.0 Gbps. There is also a slot Gigabit Ethernet, function DualBIOS, an integrated 7.1-channel video outputs plus audiochip D-Sub, DVI and HDMI. The exact release date and price of the motherboard is still unknown, but you can count on its appearance in stores in late December or early January.


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