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Gigabyte United Preps DDR3 Motherboards

| Motherboards News | Posted: May 2, 2007 1:34 am

With DDR2 based memory having been the standard for quite some time now (and didnt that take a while to happen, sheesh!), DDR3's now starting to get some attention and isnt all that far away either; So much so that GIGABYTE have already prepped up a range of DDR3 motherboards, these being based on Intel's next-gen "Bearlake" platform powered by the P35 and G33 Express chipsets.

 

These will get an official introduction during Computex next month. In the meantime, check out some nice photos of them with more details over at the Dailytech.

 


Gigabyte United is set to introduce its next generation Ultra Durable 2 series motherboards in early June. The new motherboards features ferrite core choke coils, low RDS MOSFETs and all-solid capacitors for increased reliability and longevity. Gigabyte United claims the ferrite core choke coils offer higher frequency operation for improved overclocking capabilities, lower temperatures, lower electromagnetic interference and resistance to rust.

 

RDS MOSFETs minimize conduction and gate charge switching losses while delivering lower temperatures, in a small package. All solid capacitors solve capacitor leakage problems that plagued previous motherboards from all motherboard manufacturers. The solid capacitors promise higher heat resistance and performance while being more environmental friendly than electrolytic capacitors.

 

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