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Gigabyte GA-M68MT-D3


$65.00 Released January, 2011

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Onboard video support is good enough for anything 2D, runs applications and video. Installation is very easy, layout supports easy wiring. Plenty of connections for everything typically needed in a build, plus some future-proofing.

The Cons:Frequent problems within the first few days, needs an inspection and testing right away. BIOS needs to be reset, often carries some odd settings by default. Included overclocking software doesn't always work with every CPU.

The GA-M68MT-D3 is an entry-level computer motherboard unit from the Gigabyte company. Offering full compatibility with all Socket AM3 PCs, this model features native integration with Windows' XP, Vista and 7-series operating systems.

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Product Shot 2 AMD Phenom II processors are included for high-performance gaming and powerful application multi-tasking, utilizing a six-core design for increased productivity with minimal CPU usage. Nvidia has contributed two graphic chipsets to the M68MT-D3, combining the GeForce 7025 and the nForce 630a GPU to offer CineFX 3.0 processing technology for advanced shading in video game and DVD/Blu-ray disc playback. The motherboard also supports dual-channel DDR3 memory modules for increased operation speed and improved data bandwidth, with SATA bussing technology available at 3 gigabits per second. 3 USB 2.0 ports are provided with "Power Boost" technology for full voltage ranging, with On/Off charge technology for external device charging whether or not the computer is turned on. 

Features

  • Socket AM3 compatibility 
  • Windows 7/ XP/ Vista support
  • Nvidia GeForce 7025
  • Micro ATX form factor
  • Dual DDR3 memory bays expandable up to 8GB
  • 8 USB 2.0 ports
  • 4 SATA 3GB/s connectors 
  • 1 PCI Express x16 slot 

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    onboard video support is good enough for anything 2D, runs applications and video

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    installation is very easy, layout supports easy wiring

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    plenty of connections for everything typically needed in a build, plus some future-proofing

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    performance is overall very good, great communication between the CPU, RAM and PCI-E slots

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    feels a little heavy due to the thick board and heavy-duty components

Cons
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    frequent problems within the first few days, needs an inspection and testing right away

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    BIOS needs to be reset, often carries some odd settings by default

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    included overclocking software doesn't always work with every CPU

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