Fee Gigabyte with Intel Atom 330 and Ultra Durable 3 technology

 
April 9, 2009, 11:55 am

 
fee gigabyte with intel atom 330 and ultra durable 3 technology   The official site of Gigabyte Technology has a description of a new motherboard GA-GC330UD in the form factor Mini-ITX, which was the debut product of the manufacturer, originally staffed produced by 45-nm technology dual-core Intel Atom 330 processor with a clock speed of 1, 6 GHz.
This platform is based on a set of chips Intel i945GC, who works in pair with the ICH7 south bridge, and is equipped with an integrated graphics core of Intel GMA 950. In this new construct with the use of proprietary technology and Ultra Durable 3 is equipped with the original design of cooling system, consisting of two aluminum radiators in different sizes, as well as the small size of active-type cooler. As for the other technical characteristics of products, they are as follows:
  • One 240-pin DIMM-slots to accommodate up to 2 GB of RAM DDR2 dual in the frequency of 667/533 MHz;
  • One slot PCI;
  • The two SATA2 ports and one IDE-connector;
  • Ethernet-controller Realtek RT8102E;
  • Audio Codec Realtek ALC662, which provides the conclusion 5. 1-channel audio HD Audio;
  • Located at the rear of the two PS/2 port, parallel port, serial port, the port D-Sub, four ports USB 2. 0, RJ-45 connector and three standard audio.
On the expected value and the likely timing of the start of massive sales of the above model has no exact data.

 

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