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Gigabyte launch Super4T motherboard series, H61 platform gets an injection of awesome

Gigabyte launch their Super4T motherboard range

| Motherboards News | Posted: Jun 10, 2011 2:00 am

Gigabyte have launched their latest range of next-generation desktop motherboards powered by Intel's H61 Express Chipset which supports the second generation of Intel Sandy Bridge Core CPUs. Gigabyte Super4 motherboards are powered by the best components and a comprehensive range of unique features that is set to raise the bar for mainstream desktop PCs.

 

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Gigabyte's Super4 motherboards feature a slew of Gigabyte tech such as "Super Safe", which includes DualBIOS 3TB+ HDD Support (Hybrid EFI technology), One Fuse per USB Port and 50,000 hour Japanese Solid Capacitors. "Super Speed" which has Overclocking IC, Ultra Durable 2 and 3 x USB Power Boost + On/Off Charge, useful for iOS-based devices to charge up to 40-percent faster compared to standard USB ports.

 

"Super Savings" which includes Loser RDS(on) MOSFETs, Ferrite Core Chokes, Lower CPU Zone temperatures and High Power-Efficiency and finally "Super Sound" which includes a High-End 108dB HD Audio chip (up to 3.5x better audio quality).

 

The following models are Gigabyte Super4 boards:

 

GA-P61-USB3-B3
GA-H61M-USB3-B3
GA-H61M-S2V-B3

 

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