Galaxy unveiled a trio of motherboards based on NVIDIA's new chipsets. Two boards are based on the MCP7A and another one features the MCP7A-S. The firm has two new MCP71-D SLI motherboards, these models have integrated GeForce 9400 GT graphics, DDR2 and DDR3 memory support and SLI:
Galaxy is ready with its fleet of MCP7A-series motherboards. It has released three models based on this chipset, two of which, offer integrated graphics and SLI. When in SLI mode, 16 PCI-Express lanes are split into dual x8 lanes for both the graphics cards.
There is an upscale version that sports 100% sold capacitor design, and 8-channel audio and DVI + D-Sub output, while a lite version sports solid capacitors on the VRM area, and 6-channel audio. Both motherboards sport active cooling for the chipset, with a fan blowing air on the horizontal plane of the cooler. Both motherboards provide an HDMI port, support DDR2 and DDR3 memory, support Hybrid SLI and GeForce Boost technologies, and provides as many as eight SATA II ports on board.
The third mobo is an m-ATX version based on the MCP7A-S with GeForce 9300 graphics, DDR2 support and six SATA II ports. More info at Techpowerup.