Gigabyte GA-X38T-DQ6 Bios F6

Operating systemsOS : Windows 9X / Windows ME /
ManufacturerManufacturer : Gigabyte
CreatedCreated : Sep 3, 2008
Size downloadDownloads : 3
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Specifications:
Intel X38 ICH9R Chipset
1. Supports Intel Core 2 multi-core and upcoming 45nm processors
2. Support for 1600 MHz FSB.
3. dual DDR3 1600 memory with Intel XMP , featuring faster speeds and performance tuning.
4. High quality CPU power module with Ferrite Core Chokes, Lower RDS (on) MOSFETs and Lower ESR Solid Capacitors.
5. Re-engineered Thermal Design featuring All Copper Silent-Pipe and Crazy Cool.
6. Japanese manufactured SMD All Solid Capacitor motherboard design.
7. Supports CrossFire with Dual PCI-E 2.0 x16 graphics for extreme gaming performance.
8. Features SATA 3Gb/s with quad eSATA 2 interface .
9. ALC889A with DTS Connect enables high quality Full Rate Lossless Audio and support for both Blu-ray and HD DVD.
10. Quad BIOS for an extended level of protection.
11. Quad-Triple Phase Power Design for ultimate system stability.
12. Dual Gigabit Ethernet LAN with Teaming functionality.
13. Certified for Microsoft VISTA systems.

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