Wednesday, September 26th 2007

Inno3D Expands its Motherboard Line-up

Following the official launch of NVIDIA's Integrated GeForce 7 GPUs for Intel motherboards, InnoVISION Multimedia Limited today released the Inno3D SL73UM-HDMI motherboard. Supporting Intel Celeron/Core 2 Duo/Core 2 Quad processors and DDR2-800 memory, this is one of the first NVIDIA GeForce 7150 + nForce 630i (MCP73U) motherboards with built in graphics solution to support analog VGA, HDMI and DVI display outputs. The SL73UM-HDMI also offers one x16 PCIe slot, DirectX 9 support, Realtek ALC883 HD audio codec and Marvell 88E8056 Gigabit ethernet.

Source: Inno3D
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6 Comments on Inno3D Expands its Motherboard Line-up

#1
tkpenalty
Nice! I like the fact that the board only uses solid caps :), good utilisation of the rear IO as well.
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Weer
by: tkpenalty
Nice! I like the fact that the board only uses solid caps :), good utilisation of the rear IO as well.
It does?

The only ones that I know of that do are the highest-end motherboards, like the Striker Extreme.
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#3
tigger
I'm the only one
the p5k-prem and some of the gigabyte boards use solid caps too weer.
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#4
tkpenalty
Indeed they do, solid capacitors are standard on the Gigabyte boards, the non solid capacitor S3s are rare for the Intel chipset boards (not the case for the extreme budget boards however).
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#5
OnBoard
Mine has solid caps too (infact it was one of the first ones, gigabyte one was earlier). I see those Inno boards selling like beer on happy hour for htpc:s.
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#6
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Nice offerings except for the fact they keep renigging and going back to realtek audio. With so many more integrated choices, why do they go back to that horse hockey of a codec and dsp?
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