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GIGABYTE 790GX mobos get pictured early

GA-MA79GP-DS4H is the model.

@camwilmot
Cameron Wilmot
Published Mon, May 26 2008 3:00 AM CDT   |   Updated Sat, Aug 8 2020 10:29 AM CDT
One of the motherboards you'll get a look at Computex next month in Taipei is the GIGABYTE MA79GP-DS4H and it is based on AMD's upcoming 790GX chipset.

It of course supports all AM2+ processors and DDR2 memory and gets five phases of power and from the looks of things; it appears to be using all solid capacitors made in Japan.


From the pictures that have been posted up by Hicookie over at the Xfastest forums, it appears that the onboard ATI HD Radeon 3300 graphics chip will provide not only VGA and DVI display output but also HDMI. It will be interesting indeed to find out if it is HDMI 1.3 which is a requirement for the latest in HD audio from Blu-ray movies. It also supports AMD Hybrid Graphics.

Head on over to this forum website to check out the rest of the pictures of the mobo - it has been translated from Chinese to English.

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