GB is on the forefront PC part industry, as a long time top tier producers of high quality and high function components. GB leverages its making prowess to push the technological envelope, bringing to market excellent enthusiast tech products less risking stability.
GB in familiar for its utterly balance products, assuring stability by the utility of quality parts and cutting edge plans. The 880GMA-UDIIH is between the new AMD boards from GB, melding up to the min tech with unmatched balance and function.
The GB 880GMA-UD2H CPU board is planned about the AMD 880G and SB850 chipsets for a well combine of incorporated offerings. The chipsets permit the board to support the next list of technologies: AMD Socket AMIII processors adding the fresh Phenom II X6 line, DDR3 memory functioning in Double Channel way up to 1333MHz officially, and ATI Hybrid CrossFireX graphics way.
GIGABYTE select to incorporated the following machines in to the 880GMA-UDIIH: 5 SATA SixG slots and 1 e-SATA slots on the AMD SB850 controller; 1 ATA-133 IDE slot on the JMicron controller; 10 Universal Serial Bus; 2.0 capable slots; Two hybrid Universal Serial Bus 3.0/2.0 capable slots in rear panel; 2 IEEE 1394 capable ports; 1 Realtek GigE Ethernet port in the rear panel; Realtek VIII-channel HD sound codes with incorporated S/PDIF visual output slot;
Southbridge incorporated ATI Radeon HD 4250 graphics controller with VGA, DVI-D, and HDMI output slots in the rear panel; and a PS/2 keyboard / mouse port in the rear panel.Recently, GB has toned down its box art flair and gone with a easy plan showcasing the board and supported technologies. It did not vary from this style with the 880GMA-UDIIH, as the board and its supported technologies are simply named. Packaged in with the board are the next accessories:
An IDE ribbon cable; SATA drive cables; the rear panel shield; and the common accompaniment of manuals and drivers cds.One thing that GB surely excels at is board plan. The 880GMA-UDIIH has a superb layout for its micro-ATX form element, with not an ounce of place wasted. Surprisingly, there are no actual tight fields on the board.
When the North and Southbridge chipsets are adequately cooled through standalone heat sinks, I did search that the central processing unit power circuitry did acquire rather warm when you pushed the board last stock. A cooler on those crucial ICs only above the central processing unit socket would not have been a bad view.
Last edited by nitesh14; 01-06-2012 at 07:57 AM.