DFI LANParty JR R790GX-M2RS:photo finished product
July 9, 2008, 2:40 pm
Due diligence staff Fudzilla network resources we have with you an opportunity to look at the final version prepared for release by the motherboard DFI LANParty JR R790GX-M2RS, which is based on recently officially submitted to the chipset AMD 790GX, working in conjunction with the southern bridge AMD SB750 (it should be noted that in the process of creating this decision, its design was subjected to radical changes). The platform is equipped with a passive cooling system consisting of three different sizes of radiators and heat pipes one. The product allows the installation of high-performance processor by AMD Socket AM2/AM2 with HyperTransport bus 3. 0 and is equipped with an integrated graphics chipset for ATI Radeon HD 3300, which is compatible with DirectX 10 Shader Model 4. 0, has improved video Unified Video Decoder (UVD) and"friendly"with the technology of ATI Avivo HD Technology hardware acceleration for decoding video formats VC-1, MPEG-2 and H. 264. Thanks supports PCI Express interface 2. 0 technologies and ATI Hybrid Graphics Technology and ATI Hybrid CrossFireX Technology is the possibility of combining computing resources built videoyadra and one or more connected to the board of discrete video card. In addition, the novelty is equipped with memory DDR3 SidePort Memory volume of 128 MB, which is designed to serve the needs of graphics subsystem. Above all, in the arsenal of DFI LANParty JR R790GX-M2RS present:
Four 240 - contact DIMM-slot modules to accommodate the dual DDR2 RAM as well as up to 1066 MHz;
Two PCI Express slot 2. 0 x16, one PCI Express slot and one x1 slot PCI;
Six SATA2 ports with support for RAID 0/1/0 1/5;
Audiokodek, ensuring the withdrawal 7. 1-channel audio HD Audio;
Located at the back of the two ports PS/2, RJ-45 connector, four USB ports 2. 0, optical and coaxial S/PDIF- exits, ports DVI or HDMI, six audiorazemov.
As for the estimated cost and timing of the beginning of massive sales of the product described above, to date information on this point there is no.