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Old 11th January 2011, 13:47   #1
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Default First Z68 Motherboard Shown Off ?

According to MiTAC,the mobo is just an engineering sample.From the picture,we can see it adopts Micro ATX design,employs 10 phase power supply and two PCI-E x16 slots,it seems that this is just one adopts Intel P67 chip.

However,when we look at I/O at the rear paenl,surprisingly,we find HDMI port.As we all know,P67 motherboards don’t support display output of Sandy Bridge integrated graphics,and only H67 mobos provide support.While H67 motherboards don’t offer CPU and memory overclocking option.

http://en.expreview.com/2011/01/11/t...off/13850.html
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