GIGABYTE Sandy Bridge motherboard spotted running naked in Taipei

GIGABYTE Sandy Bridge motherboard spotted running naked in Taipei

Luckily our sister site, PC Authority, were there in time to grab embarrassing shots of the new P67A-UD4 as it went past.

We all know that Sandy Bridge is coming, and we've all been waiting expectantly for it to bring about a new wave of motherboard releases. We've seen them before at IDF, but never before in the form you'd get to buy them in - PC Authority saw a retail P67A-UD4 mere hours ago.

Thrown out the window is the traditional blue GIGABYTE PCB, but also with it goes the white packaging; all their new 'boards will come packed in black. Hinting at enhanced PCIe bandwidth available to the P67 chipset, the P67A-UD4 motherboard boasts the usual NEC USB3.0 fare, but doubles them to offer up to four 4.8gbps-capable ports.

There's a lot more detail in their gallery, so we'll let their pictures speak as words and stand by theirselves - while we wait to get our hands on the super-sexy P67A-UD7. Stay tuned.

See the GIGABYTE P67A-UD4 unboxed in the PCA gallery!

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