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GIGABYTE unleashes an X58 motherboard like no other - GA-X58A-UD9

With not one, but two NF200 Bridge chips

| Motherboards News | Posted: May 12, 2010 1:55 pm

We've heard a fair bit of hype leading up to this FutureMark Orb eating monster and finally it gets a full view showing with the official press release handed out today. GIGABYTE has finally let loose its latest masterpiece based on the X58 chipset; this being the GA-X58A-UD9.


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GIGABYTE has left no stone unturned during development of this board. The whopping 24 phases of power on tap for monstrous overclocking support is just the beginning.


Some of the initial eye catching features include the seven PCI-E x16 slots (given even more credit thanks to the implementation of not one, but two NVIDIA NF200 bridge chips), a water block on the Northbridge and super duper cooling system with large heatsinks, one of which is a monstrous detachable upstanding unit.


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You can a true 4-way CrossfireX and SLI supporting platform with the GA-X58A-UD9 and a large host of GIGABYTE exclusive technologies. They've thrown everything they can at this one including DualBIOS, an innovative power switching design, 333 onboard acceleration with USB 3.0 and SATA 6Gbps support, 3X USB power, Smart6 PC management tools and stacks more.


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For the full rundown on GIGABYTE's mighty GA-X58A-UD9 including additional images, check out the press release here.


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