A trio of AMD 690-Series motherboards have entered the market from GIGABYTE, two being micro-ATX based 690G boards and a fullsize ATX 690V board.
To get all the details on 'em have a read of this article over at the DailyTech.
Gigabyte has released three new motherboards based on AMD's 690-series chipsets. The new motherboards include one AMD 690V and two 690G-based in micro ATX and ATX form factors: GA-MA69VM-S2, GA-MA69GM-S2H and GA-MA69G-S3H. The AMD 690-series powered motherboards support AMD Socket AM2 processors and DDR2-800 memory over four memory slots.
Gigabyte's micro ATX pair share similar feature sets. Both the GA-MA69VM-S2 and GA-MA690GM-S2 feature one PCIe x16, one PCIe x1 and two PCI slots for expansion, four SATA 3.0Gbps ports, one PATA, Gigabit Ethernet and 8-channel high definition audio. Differentiating the two micro ATX boards is the use of the AMD 690V in the GA-MA69VM-S2 and the 690G in the GA-MA69GM-S2H.
Last updated: Apr 6, 2020 at 09:05 pm CDT
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