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Gigabyte Launches Next Gen AMD FM2 Series Motherboards
Gigabyte is a popular brand for motherboards and graphic cards. The company has now announced its latest FM2 series motherboards. The latest motherboards are designed to support next generation AMD A-series Accelerated Processing Units.
The key features of this new series of motherboards include:
- Ultra Durable 5 technology which features high-current capable components
- Dual UEFI 3D BIOS designed for 3D enthusiast and novice users
- Digital Power Delivery
- Triple Display Support for enhanced productivity
Tim Handley, Deputy Director of Motherboard Marketing at Gigabyte was stated as saying, “These new FM2 series motherboards offer outstanding value for any DIY Builder looking to harness the improved performance of AMD’s Trinity APUs’. The flagship motherboard from FM2 series is being referred to as Gigabyte F2A85X-UP4. AMD 7000 series graphic processor will be utilized to its maximum using the digital power controllers.
Ultra Durable 5 technology is designed to provide power for the CPU to function effectively. It is also designed to improve the lifespan of the motherboard. The OS desktop can be further extended towards three high resolution digital displays with help of AMD Eyefinity technology in the latest motherboard. Company sources confirmed that latest FM2 series motherboards are perfect choice for users looking for mainstream 3D gaming applications.
The 3D gaming applications are supported by Microsoft DirectX 11, OpenGL 4.2 and OpenCL 1.1. The latest motherboards are capable of offering 30 percent better 3D performance compared to its previous versions.