GIGABYTE A75-UD4H - The Board Continued
Moving up towards the top of the board, we can see four memory slots. Next to that you can see a little CPU fan header and below our memory slots you can see our main 24-Pin power header.
Moving back onto the memory slots themselves, we've got four DDR3 slots that support speeds of 1066 / 1333 / 1600 / 1866MHz DDR in dual channel form. As for the total amount supported, we're not too sure at the moment, but the chances are we'll see support for up to 32GB of DDR. Again, we'll update you if anything changes when our full review goes live after NDA.
Moving around to the CPU side of things, we can see our main 8-Pin CPU power connector and another CPU fan header. Around the CPU / APU area itself we don't have heaps going on; we've got the FM1 socket which will support the A-Series APU and around that not much else except the brackets for our cooling solution.
Getting into the I/O side of things, we've got a combo PS/2 port, while below that we've got two of the four USB 3.0 headers that are seen here which are controlled natively via the A75 chipset. Next to these we've got four video outputs including VGA, Dual-Link DVI, DisplayPort at the bottom and above that HDMI. Further above that is a S/PDIF-out port.
Next to these connectors we've got two USB 2.0 ports and a 1394a Firewire port, below that we've got a single eSATA3 port. Next to this we've got our other two USB 3.0 headers and above that we've got Gigabit networking. Finally, we finish off the I/O side of things with 8 audio jacks that run off the ALC889 controller.
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