Gigabyte GA-8I915G Duo Bios F3 Publisher's description
Gigabyte GA-8I915G Duo Bios F3
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GA-8I915G Duo member of GIGABYTE PX series skillfully designed with pack of features and dedicated to satisfying the needs of platform performance to the extreme. Experience next-generation processing with the latest LGA 775 Intel Pentium 4 Processor with Hyper-Threading Technolgy! The GA-8I915G Duo supports both DDR & DDR2 main memory providing a more flexible memory usage and ready for future memory upgrades. The GA-8I915G Duo provides an broad range of peripheral connections by offering high speed Serial ATA for connection of storage devices, and USB 2.0 for high-speed data transfer. The GA-8I915G Duo also offers multimedia advancements through Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 900 Techonoloy for outstanding graphics output, taking the advantage of DirectX 9.0 support. For improved networking, Gigabit LAN provides LAN connection at a blazing fast network connection speed of up to 1,000 Mbps. Along with top-notch hardware is the addition of the GIGABYTE Shieldware. Shieldware includes 8 unique software feature elements that are easy to use and focused on making computing both simple and straightforward. Finally to round off the GA-8I915G Duo is home theater-quality sound with your PC using Intel High Definition Audio for enhanced multi-channel audio, improved voice and communication input, and multi-streaming capability.
Supports LGA775 Intel 90nm Pentium 4 processor FSB800 with HT technology
Supports Dual Channel DDR2 and DDR memory architecture
Features PCI-Express interface Gigabit Ethernet connection
Features PCI-Express x1 and Serial-ATA interfaces
Features ATA133 interface with RAID 0, RAID1 & RAID 0 1
Features the new generation 7.1 channel Intel High Definition Audio
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