GIGABYTE to Unveil New Motherboard Technologies at Computex 2012

Press-release: Demos Thunderbolt, All Digital Power, 3D BIOS, Serial attached SCSI and More

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GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY Co. Ltd., a leading manufacturer of motherboards and graphics cards, today announced its lineup for Computex 2012, which will include a broad range of new and exciting motherboard designs, as well as an exclusive peek at a new GIGABYTE technology so secret, we can’t tell you about it until the show begins.

Computex 2012 will offer a first look forthcoming GIGABYTE 7 series motherboards featuring Thunderbolt technology. Supporting simultaneous connectivity for multiple devices using a jaw-dropping bi-directional 10Gbps data pipeline, GIGABYTE Thunderbolt motherboards help the desktop PC evolve to new levels of flexible, high performance connectivity.

GIGABYTE will be demoing the latest 7 series motherboards, supporting the latest 3rd generation Intel Core processors, with exclusive features including GIGABYTE All Digital Power and GIGABYTE UEFI DualBIOS with its revolutionary GIGABYTE 3D BIOS graphical interface. GIGABYTE 7 series motherboards include the latest additions to the G1.Killer series of extreme gaming motherboards, the G1.Sniper 3 and the compact Micro-ATX form factor G1.Sniper M3.

New X79S platform motherboards will also be previewed at Computex 2012. Featuring the Intel C606 chipset and support for Intel Xeon processors, ECC memory and Serial Attached SCSI hard drives, GIGABYTE X79S motherboards are the ideal platform for workstation builds that require enterprise-class storage, reliability and horse power.

Motherboards featuring the latest GIGABYTE Dual Band Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 PCIe expansion card will also be on display, demonstrating how GIGABYTE is extending the role of the desktop PC to become the central hub of a secure home cloud environment.

The highly anticipated AMD Virgo platform will debut at Computex 2012, with demos of GIGABYTE motherboards featuring the forthcoming A85X chipset, AMD A10 APUs (codenamed Trinity) that utilize the new FM2 socket.

To see all of this year's new GIGABYTE motherboards in action, be sure to visit GIGABYTE at Computex 2012 Hall 1, Booth D0002.

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