Bizarrely, despite all the details that Intel gave away yesterday
about its forthcoming Sandy Bridge CPUs, the motherboard chipset has still yet to be officially named.
However, Gigabyte has come to the rescue, showing off several Sandy Bridge motherboards. Amusingly, in traditional Gigabyte style the middle of the motherboard name is derived from the chipset, so without further ado, here are several Gigabyte motherboards based on the Intel P67 chipset to feast your eyes on.
We also managed to take a couple of photos of an ATX P67 motherboard made by Intel along with a mini-ITX board that Intel is also developing.
The latter could be really interesting as there will be some special low power quad-core Sandy Bridge CPUs with an ultra low 45W TDP.
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