Gigabyte P67A-UD4 Preview
By now it’s no secret that Intel will be releasing the Sandy Bridge-based processors in the not-too-distant future. This will bring a new socket, LGA 1155, to the market, and as we know a new socket also brings a new chipset. As we saw with the LGA 1156 and continuing the trend with the new socket, the P-based chipset will be the performance-oriented motherboards, while the H-based boards will bring onboard graphics capabilities.
Today we’re previewing a new motherboard from Gigabyte for the Sandy Bridge processors: the P67A-UD4. We are limited as to what we can tell and show you, however, as the processors and specific chipset details are under NDA. However, we can give a photographic walkabout and talk about what we see, so we’ll do that quickly today.
Gigabyte has typically been known for providing a range of motherboards to consumers to suit just about any budget, and the P67A-UD4 which is geared towards consumers on a modest budget. So let’s dive into the photoshoot and see what we can glean from this new motherboard from Gigabyte.
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