Gigabyte today announced that it has upgraded its entry-level line of motherboards by launching three new motherboards. The new models have a number of new features and offer more performance than their predecessors, while costing just a fraction more.
The GA-G41MT-S2P (Intel G41 + ICH7 chipset), which will be replacing the GA-G41MT-S2 is enhanced by a 4-phase power design, Ultra Durable 2 technology, solid capacitors for the CPU VRM, 3TB+ HDD support as well Gigabyte’s patented DualBIOS feature.
The GA-M68MT-S2P, an NVIDIA GeForce 7025/nForce 630a motherboard, replaces the GA-M68MT-S2 and features Gigabyte’s unique 3x USB Power design, Ultra Durable 2 technology, Core Boost technology (that provides users with an easy way for unlocking the CPU’s hidden cores) along with DualBIOS and 3TB+ HDD support along with the 4-phase power design.
Last, but not the least, is the GA-H55M-S2V which features the Intel H55 chipset is the replacement for the GA-H55M-S2 and includes the same 4-phase power design as the others along with a RGB+DVI port on the rear I/O port as well as the Ultra Durable 2 technology.
The GA-G41MT-S2P, GA-M68MT-S2P and GA-H55M-S2V are available at street prices of Rs. 2,900, Rs. 2,700 and Rs. 3,900 respectively.
Published Date: Jan 20, 2011 01:53 pm | Updated Date: Jan 20, 2011 01:53 pm