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ECS AMD690GM-M2 Integrated graphics mainboard (AMD 690G) Review Intro 1/5
Bluetooth 28 Feb 2007

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Introduction

ECS introduces its first AMD 690G based mainboard for the mass market. This is a mATX board that will fit most of the needs of HTPC users. This mainboard supports the AMD Athlon 64FX/Athlon 45 X2 Dual -Core/Athlon 64/ Sempron processors up to 1GHz HT interface speed.

Incorporating the north bridge AMD 690G and south bridge ATi SB600 south bridge. It comes with an integrated Radeon X1250 based DirectX 9.0 compliant 2D/3D graphics processor clock at 400MHz, Maximum DAC frequency of 400 MHz Resolution up to 2560x1600 (Under condition), refresh rate up to 85MHz. It can support multiple Display configuration: CRT+ DVI-D on rear panel , Frame buffer option from 32MB to 256MB. The chipset also supports ATiís innovative AVIVO display architecture which gives you excellent display quality.

The board also suports DDR2-800/667/533/400 DDR2 with dual channel support. It can installed up to 16GB of ram with both DIMM slots filled up. Onboard audio is a Realtek ALC883 HDA and the board comes with integrated GbE.

The mainboard also comes with 1 VGA, 1 DVI and 1 PCIex16 for graphics. It also supports HDA, 10 USB 2.0, 1 IDE channel, 4 SATAII with RAID, GbE.

 



 

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