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Gigabyte GA-G41MT-D3


$90.00 Released January, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Value - great for a low-cost system build without sacrificing much performance. On/Off Charge technology - charge USB devices even if your PC if off. Advanced BIOS features like DualBIOS.

The Cons:Not PCI Express 2.0. Poor overclocking support. VGA out only - no built-in DVI.

The Gigabyte GA-G41MT-D3 is an entry-level, micro-ATX motherboard that uses the Intel G41 chipset and supports common 45nm Intel CPUs including Core 2, Pentium, and Celeron. As a step up from the GA-G41M-ES2L, it trades in DDR2 memory support for two dual-channel, 1066/800MHz DDR3 slots instead—though the maximum capacity is dropped from 8GB to 4GB.

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Otherwise it inherits directly from the standard GA-G41M-ES2L (but not its ES2H derivative), including integrated G41 graphics w/D-Sub, four SATA ports, USB 2.0, Gigabit LAN, and base-level 5.1-channel audio.

Features

  • Micro ATX Form Factor
  • LGA 775 Socket
  • Intel Core 2 Duo, Quad, Extreme
  • Intel Pentium
  • Intel Celeron
  • Intel G41 NorthBridge
  • Intel ICH7 South Bridge
  • Two DDR3 slots (4GB Total)
  • Intel G41 Integrated Graphics
  • D-Sub Connectivity
  • 2/4/5.1-Channel Audio
  • S/PDIF In/Out
  • Gigabit LAN
  • PCI Express x16 (1)
  • PCI Express x1 (1)
  • PCI (2)
  • SATA 3Gb/s (4)
  • USB 2.0 (8)
  • Windows Vista/XP

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Pros
  • 1

    value - great for a low-cost system build without sacrificing much performance

  • 1

    On/Off Charge technology - charge USB devices even if your PC if off

  • 1

    advanced BIOS features like DualBIOS

  • 0

    LGA775 + DDR3 support - compatible with the latest memory even though the board is designed for an older CPU architecture

Cons
  • 2

    not PCI Express 2.0

  • 2

    poor overclocking support

  • 2

    VGA out only - no built-in DVI

  • 2

    Intel GMA graphics - not suitable for the latest games

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