GIGABYTE Launches Super4™ Motherboard Series
Brings the Ultimate in Quality Components and Features to Intel® H61 Platforms
Taipei, Taiwan, June 9th 2011 – GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY Co. Ltd., a leading manufacturer of motherboards and graphics cards, today launched its Super4™ motherboard series, the latest range of next-generation desktop motherboards based on the Intel® H61 Express Chipset with support for 2nd generation "Sandy Bridge" Intel® Core™ CPUs. GIGABYTE Super4™ motherboards are equipped with the very best components and a comprehensive range of unique features that raise the bar for mainstream desktop PCs.
"GIGABYTE was the first motherboard maker in the industry who pioneered the use of higher quality components such as all solid capacitors to provide a higher quality standard of motherboard to our customers," commented Henry Kao, VP of Worldwide Service and Marketing at GIGABYTE. "With the new GIGABYTE Super4™ series, GIGABYTE now hopes to challenge people's perceptions of what a mainstream motherboard should be by equipping them with the advanced features and extremely high quality components that you would ordinarily expect to see only on a more expensive motherboard."
GIGABYTE Super4™ Motherboards
Combining the highest quality components with a broad, rich feature set, GIGABYTE Super4™ motherboards guarantee flawless system stability and extended product longevity without compromising on performance, features and device connectivity.
• DualBIOS™ 3TB+ HDD Support (Hybrid EFI Technology)
• One Fuse per USB Port
• 50,000 hr. Japanese Solid Capacitors
All GIGABYTE Super4™ motherboards boast specific features that guard against system malfunction and ensure extended system longevity, including GIGABYTE DualBIOS™ to ensure that you never experience system failure due to BIOS corruption. Additionally, each USB port has its own dedicated power fuse that prevents unwanted USB port failure, helping to protect USB connected devices from malfunction and safe guard your important data during transfer. All Super4™ motherboards also use Japanese made capacitors that guarantee system longevity with a minimum 50,000 hr lifespan.
• Overclocking IC
• Ultra Durable™ 2
• 3 x USB Power Boost + On/Off Charge
GIGABYTE Super Speed ensures that you're always on the cusp of PC performance, data transfer and device charging speeds. An integrated overclocking chip coupled with GIGABYTE's unique Ultra Durable™ 2 power technology, makes sure that your Intel® Core™ processor is running at optimal performance levels. Additionally, GIGABYTE 3x USB power means better device compatibility and faster charging on USB connected devices like portable storage devices without needing to use two USB ports. The additional power provided by 3 x USB allows iPad, iPhone and iPod devices to charge up to 40% faster compared to standard USB implementations, while On/Off charge allows fast device charging even when your PC is on standby or turned off.
• Lower RDS(on) MOSFETs
• Ferrite Core Chokes
• Lower CPU Zone Temperature
• High Power-Efficiency
All GIGABYTE Super4™ motherboards are equipped with the very best quality components that ensure that you PC is running at maximum power efficiency. Lower RDS(on) MOSFETs reduce energy wastage through unnecessary residual heat dissipation, while ferrite chokes reduce overall core energy loss with better energy storage and regulation. This all amounts to tangible energy savings which are beneficial for both end-users and the environment without impacting system performance.
• High-End 108dB HD Audio (Up to 3.5x better Audio Quality)
As the HD multimedia revolution continues to gain momentum, so too must hardware standards in audio quality. All GIGABYTE Super4™ motherboards offer excellent 7.1 surround sound audio backed by a proprietary converter that is able to achieve 108dB signal to noise ratio (SNR) playback quality. This means that users will enjoy a better audio experience with lower levels of noise and hiss when enjoying the latest HD content.
GIGABYTE Super4™ Models
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