Product information: **B Grade** GA_M59SLi-S5 nForce 590 (Socket AM2) PCI-Express DDR2 Motherboard
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GIGABYTE Technology latest S-series motherboards for AMD socket AM2 platform, featuring with five innovative features- Safe, Smart, Speed, SLI, and Silent-Pipe Technologies. The new S-series motherboards GA-M59SLI-S5; supporting AMD new generation AM2 processor with dual channel DDR2 800MHz high frequency memories, providing reliable and user friendly computing and reaching the maximum system performance easily via personalized software settings. In addition, the leading Silent-Pipe Technology provides an ultimate cooling yet silent solution for motherboard and the outstanding graphics performance through NVidia SLI™ dual PCI Express x16 architecture provide the S-series motherboards excellent scalability for extreme gaming and 3D graphics. GIGABYTE S-series motherboards, the champion’s choice for AMD Socket AM2 platform!
- AMD Athlon™64 FX/ Athlon™64 X2 socket AM2 platform
- High performance Dual Channel DDR2 800 memory
- Enables NVIDIA SLI technology at two full-bandwidth PCI Express X16 interface
- Optimized Dual Gigabit Ethernet solution with Teaming and failover
- Integrated T.I. IEEE1394 FireWire interface
- Features 8-channel High Definition Audio with DTS and Dolby
- Enables NVidia LinkBoost - 25% faster clock speeds when "Optimized for NVIDIA nForce" - NVIDIA GeForce graphics cards and memory are detected
- Features SATA 3Gb/s with dual eSATA II interface
- GIGABYTE patent Dual BIOS Plus technology
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