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New Gigabyte board with USB 3.0 with 2700 ma support!

Alan B

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For those system builders out there I came across this info that may be of interest to some here. It appears that Gigabyte has incorporated some changes in their boards. First of all USB 3.0 with 2700 ma of power, the USB 2.0 power has increased from 500 ma to 1500 ma. One other noteworthy point is that Gigabyte has made a change away from the Foxconn processor connector to the one made by Lotes (Foxconn's are having a lot of problems on the new P55 boards). Watch the video at the end of the page for all of the details on these two boards.






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