New Giada Motherboard Ideal for Building Small, Quiet Systems
The MI-H67 motherboard supports multiple CPUs and can handle two DDR3 1333 MHz memory cards, for a maximum of 8 GB.
The new MI-H67 motherboard from Giada is suitable for a variety of office and media applications. System builder looking to build small, extra quiet systems for office-based or on-the-go training and presentations might give the motherboard a closer inspection.
The MI-H67 supports multiple CPUs, including Intel Socket 1155 Sandy Bridge Core i7, Core i5, and Core i3 processors, and includes the Intel H76 Express chipset.
The motherboard can handle two DDR3 1333 MHz memory cards, for a maximum of 8 GB, and offers three expansion slots (two Mini-PCI-E and one PCI-E x16).
The MI-H67 also supports multiple GPUs, including ATI CrossFireX, and provides a total of four SATA ports--two SATA 3.0 and two SATA 2.0.
A RealTek Gigabit LAN controller provides Ethernet connectivity. The motherboard also features two back-panel Wi-Fi antenna apertures.
The MI-H67 provides 12 USB ports, including six USB 2.0 via motherboard headers and six more on the rear panel--eight of them are USB 2.0 and four are USB 3.0.
Additional back-panel I/O ports include an RJ-45 LAN port, HDMI and DVI output ports, and an audio I/O interface that includes an eight-channel hi-def audio codec and S/PDIF output.