Tuesday, January 24th 2012

Giada Intros a Mini ITX FM1 Motherboard

Catering to the HTPC crowd, JEHE has developed and now launched (for starters in Japan), a Giada-branded Mini-ITX motherboard powered by AMD's A75 (aka Hudson D3) chipset, the MI-A75. This board supports FM1 processors (with a TDP of up to 65W) and features two DDR3-1600 memory slots (for up to 16 GB of RAM), four SATA 6.0 Gbps ports, one PCIe x16 slot (that's x8 electrical), one Mini PCIe port, and an mSATA connector.

The MI-A75 also has two USB 3.0 ports, Gigabit Ethernet, 7.1 channel audio, plus DVI and HDMI outputs, and is available for pre-order @ 10,300 yen (~ $133.7).
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3 Comments on Giada Intros a Mini ITX FM1 Motherboard

#1
Drone
$133.7 kinda expensive for this.
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#2
MikeMurphy
ASUS mini-itx for nearly the same price seems like a smarter purchase.

I'm partial to any company who continually releases BIOS updates. To be left in the cold is an unpleasant experience.
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#3
CharlO
by: Drone
$133.7 kinda expensive for this.
That´s a the standar elite price.
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