Gigabyte Preps A75 Motherboards for Latest AMD Llano APUs

"Gigabyte get new boards ready for the A6 and A8 AMD Llano APUs with a range of A75 Chipset Motherboards"

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Gigabyte Preps A75 Motherboards for Latest AMD Llano APUs

With the latest AMD Llano A8 and A6 APUs already released Gigabyte have readied their brand new range of A75 chipset motherboards. These boards aim to "Deliver Discrete-class Onboard Graphics Performance to Mainstream DIY PCs" according to Gigabyte.

The Gigabyte A75 motherboards have many interesting features, but the two that catch our eye are of course DX11 support allowing for improved graphics in the latest games and the AMD Radeon Dual Graphics feature. With the use of a AMD Radeon 6000 series graphics card this feature utilises both the graphics processing power of the APU and the GPU at the same time, for increased gaming performance.

Other Key Features:

  • Dual BIOS with 3TB+ HDD Support (Hybrid EFI Technology)
  • 50,00 hr. Solid Capacitors
  • 3 x USB Power Boost + On/Off Charge
  • Low CPU Zone Temperature
  • High Power-Efficiency
  • High-end HD Audio


Expected Gigabyte A75 Series Motherboards:











For full specifications of each board in their A75 range please see the models page of the Gigabyte A75 micro-site!

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