Gigabyte outs new FM2+ motherboard

Gigabyte outs new FM2+ motherboard

Gigabyte has presented the new GA-F2A88X-D3HP motherboard, which judging by the name comes with support for AMD’s FM2+ processors. The new board features the popular ATX form factor and offers support for all AMD FM2 and FM2+ processors.

The new GA-F2A88X-D3HP motherboard has four memory slots that allow the installation of up to 64 GB of DDR3 SDRAM at up to 2400 MHz. The board also has two PCI-E 3.0 x16 slots with one of them being electrical x4 only, three PCI-Express 2.0 x1 slots and two legacy PCI slots. For storage purposes the Gigabyte GA-F2A88X-D3HP comes with eight SATA ports with support for the latest SATA 3.0 standard.

In the back users will find PS/2 ports, four USB 2.0 connectors, two USB 3.0 ports, one USB 3.1 port, another USB-C 3.1 port and VGA/DVI/HDMI/Gigabit Ethernet ports as well as audio jacks.

The price of the GA-F2A88X-D3HP board is unknown as of now.

Source: Gigabyte

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