ECS roll-out new Bearlake motherboard series at Computex 2007

ECS roll-out new Bearlake motherboard series at Computex 2007 news post from TweakTown's online news computing and technology content pages.

| May 29, 2007 at 6:17 pm CDT

With Computex now just around the corner, ECS are excited to tell everyone about their full-range of Bearlake motherboards they plan to display at their booth.

The press announcement provided from them today details two boards, the G33T-M variant which incorporates Intel GMA 3100 graphics, and also the fully-fledged P35T-A model which boasts 2x PCI Express x16 slots for CrossFire goodness.

Both boards are said to be DDR2 based only, though i'm sure ECS will bring a model out with DDR3 support once the memory itself reaches down to earth prices.

Grab the PR here for full details.

ECS Bearlake motherboards have improved performance and efficiency thanks to the Northbridge chipset they feature. The only chipset supporting the forthcoming 45nm-process microarchitecture CPU, the Northbridge chipset ensures that users are future proofed for future technology upgrades. These chipsets feature a 1333 MHz Front Side Bus (FSB) to work seamlessly with Intel's new ICH9 Southbridge I/O chip. The ICH9 Southbridge will have at least three different versions, the ICH9R with added support for RAID storage, the ICH9DH which supports an additional 2 SATA ports and the ICH9 which will offer a useful new feature called 'IntelĀ® Robson Technology', which not only improves system responsiveness while saving power but also allows users to boot and quickly system recover. The Bearlake chipset also allows support for DDR3 Memory.

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