Gigabyte GA-8I925XE-G F4 Publisher's description
Gigabyte GA-8I925XE-G F4
GA-8I925XE-G 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-8I925XE-G supports DDR-2 533 / 400 to deliver a maximum memory bandwidth of 8.5GB/s in dual channel DDR mode. The GA-8I925XE-G provides an broad range of peripheral connections by offering USB 2.0 for high-speed data transfer, and high speed Serial ATA for connection of storage devices. The GA-8I925XE-G also offers multimedia advancements through PCI-Express for outstanding graphics output, doubling that of the current AGP8X interface. 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-8I925XE-G 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 Pentium 4 processor FSB800 with HT technology
Supports Dual Channel DDR2 533/400 memory up to 4GB
Experience revolutionary graphics with the new PCI-Express x16 interface
Features Gigabit Ethernet port connection
Features PCI-Express x1, Serial-ATA, and IEEE1394b interfaces
Supports C.I.A. & M.I.B. performance enhance features
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