Gigabyte has this week unveiled its new range of Gemini Lake based J/N series motherboards, specifically built to accommodate the latest Intel Pentium Silver or Intel Celeron processors. Providing users with features such as humidity protected glass fabric PCBs, long acting capacitors, anti-surge ICs, low resistance MOSFETS. As well as “Ultra Durable components” offering users the ability to easily customise performance settings on the motherboard to gain the most processing power from their systems.
The motherboards are equipped with a fanless cooling solution and feature integrated Intel Gemini Lake processors making them perfect for small form factor PC systems. The new Gigabyte motherboard range offer support for HDMI 2.0 4K Ultra HD at 21:9 resolution and are equipped with integrated PCIe Gen2 x2 M.2 slots, supporting high speed NVMe SSD for fast data transfer speeds.
Other features include a native Intel WIFI via the M.2 connector together with independently sold Intel CNVi wireless networking solution, for wireless connections over 1 Gigabit per second, more traditionally found on wired connections. Other features of the Gigabyte motherboards include support for M.2 SATA SSD, UDIMM DDR4 modules rated for 2400MHz. Gigabyte explains a little more.
Following the announcement of the newest Intel Pentium Silver and Celeron Processors, GIGABYTE developed a series of motherboards that truly reflects our excellent ability to combine the best of motherboard technology with Intel processor architecture.
The fanless design of the new motherboard range from Gigabyte provide a great option for businesses, education and other applications that require quiet computer systems when more than one computer may be situated in the same room. For full specifications and purchasing options jump over to the official Gigabyte website by following the link below.
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