Heh, leave it to Gigabyte! Tom’s Hardware is reporting that Gigabyte is getting ready to show off one of their latest creations. The most interesting thing that I am reading here is that they will be offering support for DDR2-1066 memory.
Gigabyte is gearing up to announce a new Intel 955X-based motherboard that will support DDR2 memory clocked at up to 1066 MHz, Tom’s Hardware Guide has learned. While such modules are not available commercially today, the board provides an opportunity for overclockers to extract more performance from their memory.
The new board is likely to be announced within a few days and will feature a range of components that could make it an interesting product for users who are not satisfied with off-the shelf performance of processors and memory. [Read the rest]