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GA-8INXP
Intel® E7205 Chipset  
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GA-8INXP featuring Intel's first AGP 8x motherboard. Powered by Intel E7205 chipset supporting the latest Intel Pentium 4 Processor with Hyper Threading Technology up to 3.06GHz and above. With Dual Channel DDR memory architecture that supports a maximum memory size up to 4GB, the platform is poised to deliver an unrivaled performance through a theoretical memory bandwidth of up to 4.2GB/sec. GIGABYTE new and innovative patented technology Dual Power System (DPS) design is made to deliver utmost power to drive the next generation of Socket 478 Pentium 4 processors. The ingenious design features a 6 phase power circuitry that ensures seamless current is delivered to the processor for stable and reliable operation. The board, coupled with several of the latest cutting edge technologies such as Serial ATA, Gigabit LAN network, ATA 133 RAID, 6-channel audio, plus the usual fare of features unique only to GIGABYTE, the GA-8INXP will bring users an unlimited level of computing experience.
  • Supports Hyper Threading Technology processor up to 3.06GHz or above
  • First AGP 8x Intel® chipset based motherboard
  • First dual channel DDR Pentium 4 motherboard supports up to 4GB memory size
  • Gigabyte unique EZ-Fix™ AGP slot and memory DIMM slot with Anti-Burn™ design
  • GIGABYTE patented technology Dual Power System (DPS) design
  • 6 x USB 2.0
  • Integrated Silicon Image Serial ATA interface for high speed storage devices
  • Promise IDE RAID 0, 1 function plus UDMA ATA 133 support
  • Integrated Intel® Kenai 32 Gigabit LAN network connection
  • Integrated 6-channel AC’ 97 audio with SPDIF function
  • GIGABYTE patented DualBIOS™ technology design prevents BIOS from virus attack
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* Advertised performance is based on maximum theoretical interface values from respective Chipset vendors or organization who defined the interface specification. Actual performance may vary by system configuration.
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* Due to standard PC architecture, a certain amount of memory is reserved for system usage and therefore the actual memory size is less than the stated amount.