Giado introduces MI-HM65T mini-ITX motherboard

/ 6 years ago

Giada has just released a mini-ITX motherboard running Intel’s HM65 chipset, the mobile chipset supporting Sandy Bridge Mobile processors. The board will taker Celeron to Core i7 BGA 1023 Sandy Bridge Mobile processors and support up to 4GB of SODIMM memory. The board measures in at just 25mm high on the mini-ITX form factor making it ideal for meeting strict space requirements. Connectivity is “last generation” being only USB 2.0 and SATA II (the native options supported by HM65) as there isn’t any room on the board for third party controller chips.

  • Intel Core i7/ i5/i3/Celeron 867 options
  • Intel HM65 Express
  • Thin Mini ITX form factor
  • Low profile mini-ITX I/O shield – only 25mm high
  • 6x USB 2.0
  • Up to 4GB of 1066/1333MHz DDR3 memory
  • SATA 3.0 6Gb/s support
  • Full HD 1080P video, HDMI, VGA and 24-bit LVDS output
  • COM header
  • 5.1 channel surround (ALC 662 Realtek)

Source: PR

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