Gigabyte GA-MA786GPM-UD2H with integrated Radeon HD 4200 DX 10.1 graphics unit - Update: Release date
At the Computex Gigabyte presents the first motherboard with an integrated Radeon HD 4200 graphics unit and DirectX 10.1 support.
The board with AMD's 785G chipset is compatible to Phenom, Phenom II and Athlon processors. Two DDR2 memory channels on the AM2+ motherboard can deal with RAM that runs up to 1,200 MHz. the integrated Radeon HD 4200 graphics unit is supported by 128 MiByte DDR3 Sideport memory.
The video output is handled by VGA/DSub-15, DVI or HDMI and thus the Gigabyte GA-MA786GPM-UD2H might be able to display Full HD material in 1080p - if combined with an appropriate CPU of course.
More information about the Gigabyte GA-MA786GPM-UD2H is expected to be released soon.
Update: June 5, 2009
Gigabyte just told us that the GA-MA786GPM-UD2H will hit the markets in mid/late July.
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