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GIGABYTEs first AM3 motherboard spotted

two others to accompany it towards end Q1

| Motherboards News | Posted: Jan 13, 2009 6:52 am

The lads at Tech Connect have acquired a photo of the first Socket AM3 motherboard to come out from GIGABYTE. The GA-MA790FXT-UD5P is also one of GIGABYTEs first AMD motherboards that is built around their Ultra Durable 3 construction.

 

GIGABYTEs first AM3 motherboard spotted

 

Features wise, this board carries two PCI-E x16 slots, four DDR3-1600+ memory slots, 10 SATA-II ports (six from the SB750 Southbridge and another four provided by an additional controller), two Gigabit ports, two eSATA connectors, 7.1 channel audio, FireWire and GIGABYTE's own DualBIOS setup.

 

It's expected the board will be launched somewhere near the end of Q1 and will likely be accompanied by two other slightly cut-down boards to kick off their AM3 lineup; the GA-MA770T-UD3P and the GA-MA790X-UD4P.

 

More info here.

 

Update: GIGABYTEs official press release introducing Ultra Durable 3 to their latest AMD range of motherboards can now be located here and below is a picture of their new UD3 equipped MA790GP-UD4H offering which accompanies the PR.

 

GIGABYTEs first AM3 motherboard spotted

 

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