Gigabyte GA-A75M-UD2H

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1 eTeknix
"As we already know, Bulldozer is what everyone is waiting for, but on the way saw a couple of stop gaps for AMD Fusion, the first being Brazos which gave us a low-powered APU that combined the best of both CPU and GPU and still to this date, we believe is perfect for HTPC or server usage. In fact, we believe that so much that we have the Asus E35M1-M Pro powering our server, whilst the Gigabyte E350N-USB3 sits comfortably in our HTPC so we certainly found a use for them."
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2 PureOC
"AMD's next generation Llano has hit the streets. Llano is AMD's second step in what we call the trifecta between Zacate and upcoming Bulldozer, giving AMD what looks to be a powerful 1-2-3 punch (at least, so far). Gigabyte has been busy releasing 990 chipset motherboards and recently socket FM-1 motherboards. Today we will take a look at the Gigabyte GA-A75M-UD2H and see what features and test the performance the new kid on the block brings."
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3 Hardware Secrets
"So far, Gigabyte has released five motherboard models based on the AMD A75 chipset for the new AMD A-Series of CPUs with integrated graphics chip ("APUs"), with prices ranging from USD 100 to USD 130. Let's take a look at the A75M-UD2H, a microATX model that is sold for USD 110."
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4 Vortez
"Price wise you are able to pick up this particular APU and board for just under £200 which seems perfectly reasonable to me. Ultimately the end user benefits from the simpler install and set up (thanks to the single APU chip and no need for a discrete GPU), they also benefit from more frugal power usage and benefit through that reasonable price which is certainly not much more than a similar motherboard, CPU and GPU bundle."
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