|Price incl. VAT||£44.69|
|Price excl. VAT||£37.24|
|Extended warranty + 1 year||
|Possibility to return products within two months||
A representative series of motherboards with AMD Socket FM2 +, which is designed for AMD APU.
A representative series of motherboards with AMD Socket FM2 +, which is designed for AMD APU. As chipset board was elected AMD A68H. Compared to lower chipsets offers native support for USB 3.0 and four SATA III connectors. Support comes in handy i connect 3 monitors to create a spacious work area. If you want to use the video ports on the motherboard, it is necessary to mount the plate AMD APU with integrated graphics.
The board features a design of Ultra Durable 4 Plus. Designation Ultra Durable 4 Plus encompasses the entire spectrum of exclusive technologies that guarantee users the absolute best PC protection. Whether from moisture and wetness or from electrostatic discharge, sudden power loss and high operating temperatures. A great advantage is the dual UEFI BIOS when one serves as a backup.
The board is also related to several practical utilities and gimmicks. GIGABYTE On / Off Charge allows you to charge your mobile phone or tablet, even when the computer is turned off. It also allows the device draw more current from the USB ports of the motherboard, so that charging from your PC can be as fast as with a charger.
Gigabyte, founded in 1986, is an irreplaceable player in the field of computer components. They put great emphasis on key technologies and the strictest quality standards. The company produces a wide range of basic computer components such as motherboards and graphics cards, but also have many computer peripherals, laptops, tablets, desktops and even network solutions and servers on offer. Recently they also introduced a line of Gigabyte mobile phones.
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