GIGABYTE's Motherboard Splash at Computex

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GIGABYTE's Motherboard Splash at Computex
 
GIGABYTE is showcasing its latest range of motherboards at Computex this year; the boards feature the manufacturer’s latest 24-phase power VRM design and Smart 6 technologies. The motherboard put on display include the Intel P55 chipset series and the AMD785G chipset based GA-MA785G-UD3H.
 
A proprietary technology developed by GIGABYTE, the 24-phase power VRM design spreads the workload of the CPU to 24 power phases. This keeps heat down while improving the overall power delivery efficiency. Smart 6 Technologies on the other hand are highly-user friendly; the six technologies included in the group are SMART QuickBoot, SMART Recorder, SMART TimeLock, SMART Recovery, SMART QuickBoost and SMART DualBIOS.
 
The first among the two major motherboards showcased is the GA-EP55-UD5 motherboard, which is based on Intel’s P55 chipset. The other Intel based motherboard is GIGABYTE’s flagship GA-EX58A-EXTREME motherboard, which carries the X58 chipset. The 24-phase power VRM design makes both motherboards ready for extreme overclocking. With integrated SATA 3.0, both motherboards feature 6Gbps data transfer rates, making them superior to current SATA motherboards.
 
On the AMD side of things, GIGABYTE has put up its high-performance GA-MA-790FXT-UD5P motherboard, which is based on AMD’s Dragon Platform. Designed for AMD AM3 Phenom II processors, the motherboard is targeted at high-performance systems for work, home and gaming use. The motherboard supports DDR3 with up to 1666+ MHz clock speeds, making it ideal for extreme gaming and graphics applications.
 
The second AMD motherboard that GIGABYTE is showing off at Computex this year is the AMD 785G chipset based GA-MA785G-UD3H. The on-board ATI Radeon HD 4200 graphics and DirectX 10.1 support with ATI Stream technology make the motherboard one of the best for gaming and fluid computing.
 
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28-05-2009, 17:55:30

rapidman17

Nice one Rapidman, much appreciated mate! Love Lian Li's due to TTL talking about them in such sexual ways.




ROFL :worship:

28-05-2009, 17:55:57

Rastalovich
What do cases cost to post these days ?

(alu and the old heavy types, big tower efforts)

Got a room fullll of cases that I never uses (well 8 maybe), and it doesn't look like I will any time soon.

Nothing too special, but I'm sure they'd be up for a mod.

28-05-2009, 17:56:41

Youngie1337

What do cases cost to post these days ?

(alu and the old heavy types, big tower efforts)

Got a room fullll of cases that I never uses (well 8 maybe), and it doesn't look like I will any time soon.

Nothing too special, but I'm sure they'd be up for a mod.



https://www.parcel2go.com/

28-05-2009, 18:03:42

Bungral
Parcel2go weren't very helpful for me... Tried to charge £98 as cheapest to get an aircon unit to me.

www.freightsearch.com found me a price of £20....

28-05-2009, 18:06:11

Rastalovich
Youngie u got any idea what the l/w/h/w are for that blue one u got ?

The heaviest one I got I swear is made of the same stuff, just black and different dooring.

28-05-2009, 18:09:47

Youngie1337

Youngie u got any idea what the l/w/h/w are for that blue one u got ?

The heaviest one I got I swear is made of the same stuff, just black and different dooring.



No idea mate, got no way of checking the weight :(. I think around 13-18KG

EDIT: I found similar case:
http://www.dealtime.co.uk/xPF-Chieftec-Chieftec-Dragon-Big-Tower-Black-Without-PSU
15KG apparently.
EDIT2: This is the case I think, but it's in Russian. http://www.chieftec-ru.com/products/Matrix/ma01wd.htm
EDIT3: LOL, weight is exactly Gross 15/16kg .

28-05-2009, 18:27:00

Rastalovich
hmm roughly £15 ish cheapest (parcel force insured to £150) plus I'd need to steal some boxes and packing stuff.

Not as bad as I thought.

28-05-2009, 18:31:29

Youngie1337

hmm roughly £15 ish cheapest (parcel force insured to £150) plus I'd need to steal some boxes and packing stuff.

Not as bad as I thought.



That's not bad man, what cases you got on offer Rasta?

28-05-2009, 19:06:24

Rastalovich
Straight off I got 2 really generic looking ones that are quite a size and the real heavy one that comes with a thermal bay thing that I never spent any time trying to use or even know if it works. Think they were called RazerII or something similar. 2 other that are small cases that take full atx - although those ones I can see me using in the future.

Iirc they'll all need a clean out and are mod material more than anything.

I'll dig around over the weekend if I have time, take some crappy photos :p

28-05-2009, 19:10:23

Youngie1337

Straight off I got 2 really generic looking ones that are quite a size and the real heavy one that comes with a thermal bay thing that I never spent any time trying to use or even know if it works. Think they were called RazerII or something similar. 2 other that are small cases that take full atx - although those ones I can see me using in the future.

Iirc they'll all need a clean out and are mod material more than anything.

I'll dig around over the weekend if I have time, take some crappy photos :p



Ha nice one :). Might be interested, I got a few cases here in which are mod worthy also. My dad just got a load of power tools, time for me to get to work I guess:D.
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