Wednesday, February 23rd 2011

ECS Introduces its Intel H61 Chipset-based Motherboard Lineup

Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS) as the pioneer in the motherboard industry with the best quality and the leading position introduces the latest Intel○R H61 series express chipset motherboards. With ECS H61 series motherboards, ECS presents the complete motherboard options powered by P67, H67 and H61 express chipsets supporting the 2nd generation Intel Core processor family. The complete series family provides plentiful choices for users from heavy-gaming need to entry-level requirement. At the same time, Intel also releases the new Sandy Bridge Dual-core processors for users to have more solution plans with less price.

With the newest B3 stepping chipset, users can fully enjoy the SATA 3 Gb/s performance without worrying about degrade performance due to previous B2 stepping chipset. ECS introduces a series of H61 motherboards – H61H2-M, H61H2-M2, H61H2-M3, H61H2-M5, H61H2-I2 and H61H2-A with affordable price and great performance. H61 series integrated with Intel HD Graphics support users to enjoy entertainment moment without a discrete graphic card; meanwhile, it helps to lower power consumption and heat production with adopting the latest dual-core processors. ECS H61 series all equip with smart and useful applications- eJIFFY / eBLU / eDLU / eSF to provide users more convenient computer-using experience.
While Intel positions H61 express chipset as entry level for 6 series express chipsets, ECS delightedly provides wide of options for users to meet different needs with form factors as ATX, Micro-ATX and ITX. For different demands, ECS H61H2-M series and H61H2-I2 motherboards integrating Intel HD graphics support HDMI output providing users the high definition entertainment time. ECS H61H2-M and H61H2-M5 even support dual ports of USB 3.0 for users to experience the overwhelming transportation speed.

Meanwhile, ECS H61H2-M3 and H61H2-A equip with EZ charger especially for APPLE users to enjoy the convenience of charging speed. Finally, ECS H61H2-A supports non-disc system and provides basic functions for users who only require for simply use. After ECS H61 series motherboards join the family of Intel○R 6 series, ECS presents to satisfy every kind of desires of motherboards. All ECS H61 series motherboards are all compatible with the latest 2nd generation Intel Core processors in LGA 1155.
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9 Comments on ECS Introduces its Intel H61 Chipset-based Motherboard Lineup

#1
newtekie1
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Ok, so we've got low end boards, but any word on when Intel plans to roll out low end processors, like sub-$80 processors?
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cdawall
where the hell are my stars
yes they are releasing more ITX parts...since intel did this whole overclocking thing you can't oc on H61 can you...?
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newtekie1
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by: cdawall
yes they are releasing more ITX parts...since intel did this whole overclocking thing you can't oc on H61 can you...?
I don't believe so, even with a K series.
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#4
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
by: newtekie1
I don't believe so, even with a K series.
well i guess i am sticking with my H55 then bastards way to ruin an entire platform
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newtekie1
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by: cdawall
well i guess i am sticking with my H55 then bastards way to ruin an entire platform
There are P67 mITX boards in the works.:D
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#6
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
by: newtekie1
There are P67 mITX boards in the works.:D
and hopefully they come out soon with better performance than my H55 :toast:
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#7
(FIH) The Don
TBH, i dont see the reason for this chipset

leave it with H67 and P67, nuff already
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newtekie1
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by: (FIH) The Don
TBH, i dont see the reason for this chipset

leave it with H67 and P67, nuff already
Same reason we had G31 and G41, it gives an even cheaper option to OEMs to build extremely cheap pre-builts.
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(FIH) The Don
yes i can understand the OEM thing, but not for a mb maker to make boards for non OEM use, which the above is
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