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Gigabyte Zacata Mini-ITX motherboard features overclocking

Posted on Wednesday, December 08 2010 @ 16:35:53 CET by


One of the first motherboards for AMD's Zacate platform is revealed over at X-bit Labs. The Gigabyte GA-E350V-USB3 is a Mini-ITX motherboard powered by the dual-core AMD E350 processor, this 18W TDP dual-core chip is clocked at 1.6GHz and features integrated Radeon HD 6310 graphics. There's support for up to four HDDs, a PCIe x16 slot for discrete graphics cards, USB 3.0 support, and even overclocking features.
Based on the picture of Gigabyte GA-E350V-USB3 mainboard, at least one motherboard in mini-ITX form-factor powered by dual-core AMD E350 microprocessor seems to be ready. Moreover, Gigabyte decided to equip the motherboard with rather advanced features, including ability to overclock memory from 1333MHz to 1800MHz and beyond as well as high-quality capacitors. Probably, the company will also provide some ways to overclock the APU itself in order to boost its performance. Typically, such functionality is not included onto mainboards for inexpensive systems as they are mostly aimed at system integrators.

The motherboard is equipped with USB 3.0 controller, multi-channel audio outputs, D-Sub, DVI-I ports and so on. The board can support up to four hard disk drives, the amount that will never fit into any mini-ITX computer cases as well as PCI Express x16 slot for add-on graphics cards, something not common inside low-power SFF systems.



 



 

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