Gigabyte GA-X48-DQ6 review -
4 - A closer look
The 8-pin power connector is on the top of the board under the rear I/O and next to the heat pipe heat sink.
Socket 775. The GA-X48-DQ6 supports the latest Yorkfield 45 nanometer CPUs with 1600MHz FSB, meaning that any recent Intel CPU will work with this board.
A good location for the 24-pin power connector furthermore we spot the FDD port. The mainboard uses DDR2 memory with four DIMM slots supporting up to a total of 8GB of DDR2-1200MHz memory.
Above the 24-pin power connector we actually spot an array of LEDs displaying the power phases enabled/disabled.
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