GIGABYTE have just announced a new range of motherboards based on Intel's P35 series chipset which seperate themselves from the competition with a number of distinguishing features.
This new P35 series from GIGABYTE are the first to include their "Ultra Durable 2" design which brings such features as optimized power savings, ultra cooling and extended system durability, all-solid capacitors for enhanced overall stability. The chipsets are cooled by GIGABYTE's latest Silent Pipe thermal solution which covers both the north and south-bridges as well as the CPU power MOSFETs.
Seven different models make up the lineup, varying in relation to the type of memory sockets available (some using DDR3 whilst others allowing for either DDR2 or 3), and also ATI Crossfire support on select models.
For full details on 'em grab the announcement here.
Taipei, Taiwan, May 21, 2007 - GIGABYTE UNITED INC., a leading manufacturer of motherboards and graphics cards today announced its next generation, high performance platforms, the GIGABYTE P35 Series of motherboards, based on the highly efficient Intel® P35 chipset and introducing the latest GIGABYTE Ultra Durable 2 design, featuring top quality, highly efficient components for enhanced system reliability, cooling working temperatures, longer durability and exceptional overclocking abilities.
The GIGABYTE P35 Series of motherboards promises to revolutionize the way you work, live and play. Delivering the very latest in high performance computing, the GIGABYTE P35 Series features the Intel® P35 chipset, with optimized system memory capabilities and chipset overspeed protection removed for extreme levels of overclocking performance. The GIGABYTE P35 Series also supports the latest multi-core processors up to FSB 1333MHz, including the upcoming 45nm platform, with its record breaking performance and greater energy efficiency.
Last updated: Dec 4, 2019 at 01:47 pm CST
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