Gigabyte G1 Assassin motherboard is a last-gen gamer's dream come true
For a motherboard, the G1 Assassin from Gigabyte sure is gaudy and actually rather interesting. First off, that Killer E2100 networking solution from Bigfoot has been integrated into the board, as has Creative’s X-Fi audio. The three-year-old X58 chipset at its heart is starting to look a little long in the tooth but, with support for three-way SLI or four-way CrossFireX, 24GB of RAM, and Intel’s Extreme Edition processors, you probably won’t miss Sandy Bridge too much. Starting at around $450 the Assassin isn’t for everyone, but hardcore gamers determined to squeeze every ounce of performance from of their setup will not be disappointed. The one unfortunate fault of the G1 is timing — the next-gen of high-end performance parts from Chipzilla are right around the corner. Though, that banana clip-shaped heat sink has to count for something. We know you like benchmarks, so check out the reviews below.
Pubblicato il 26/07/2011, in Hi-Tech con tag bigfoot, bigfoot networks, Creative, creative x-fi, CreativeX-fi, CrossfireX, desktop, desktops, extreme edition, ExtremeEdition, g1 assassin, g1 killer, G1Assassin, G1Killer, gigabyte, Intel, intel extreme edition, IntelExtremeEdition, Killer E2100, KillerE2100, mobo, mother board, mother boards, motherboard, motherboards. Aggiungi il permalink ai segnalibri. Lascia un commento.