|RAM||8 GB DDR3 1066;DDR3 1333|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||2|
Gigabyte G41MT-S2PT LGA 775 G41 Micro ATX Intel Motherboard DDR3 1333 Motherboard
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- Supports 45nm Intel Core 2 multi-core processors with FSB 1333 MHz. For any queries kindly contact Gigabyte technical support @ 626-854-9338
- Features high speed Gigabit Ethernet.
- CPU: Intel Core 2 Extreme/2 Quad/2 Duo/Pentium/Celeron processor in the LGA775 package . Chipset: North Bridge: Intel G41 Express Chipset. South Bridge: Intel ICH7
- Memory: 2 x 1.5V DDR3 DIMM sockets supporting up to 8 GB of system memory. Dual channel memory architecture. Support for DDR3 1333(O.C.)1066/800 MHz memory modules
- Audio: Realtek audio codec. High Definition Audio. 2/4/5.1/7.1-channel. LAN: 1 x Realtek RTL8111E chip (10/100/1000 Mbit)
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|Chipset Type||Intel G41/ICH7||Intel G41/Intel ICH7||NVIDIA nForce 630a||AMD 760G||AMD A55 FCH (Hudson D2)||Intel Z170|
|Processor (CPU) Model Socket||LGA 775||LGA 775||AM3+/AM3||AM3+||FM2+||LGA 1151|
|Item Dimensions||11 x 11 x 3 in||2.3 x 9.6 x 7.8 in||11 x 11 x 3.5 in||11 x 11 x 3 in||8.98 x 9.76 x 2.05 in||11 x 14 x 4 in|
|Item Weight||1.75 lbs||—||3.5 lbs||2.5 lbs||1.82 lbs||2.78 lbs|
|Memory Slots Available||2||2||2||4||4||4|
|Ram Memory Maximum Size||8 GB||8 GB||16 GB||32 GB||64 GB||64 GB|
|RAM Technology||DDR3 1066;DDR3 1333||DDR3 1066||DDR3 1066||DDR3 1066;DDR3 1333||DDR3 2400||DDR4|
|Supported Motherboard||Micro ATX||Micro ATX||—||Micro ATX||Micro ATX||ATX|
|Total Pci Slots Free||4||2||2||3||1||—|
|Total SATA Ports||4||4||—||6||6||—|
Industry's Leading All Solid Capacitor Motherboard Design/GIGABYTE 3x USB Power with On/Off Charge USB ports/Revolution energy saving design with Easy Energy Saver technology/Supports 45nm Intel Core 2 multi-core processors with FSB 1333 MHz/Integrated Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X4500 (DirectX 10)/Features high speed Gigabit Ethernet/Hi-def 108dB Signal-to-noise ratio Blu-ray DVD audio playback/DualBIOS protection with 3TB+ HDD boot up capability/Meet European Union ErP(Energy-related Products) requirement.
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It's nice to see Gigabyte including older connectors on this board as well. Most users won't need IDE nowadays nor the parallel port or serial port. They cold have left these out and added some additional connections like HDMI, or E-Sata.
I am using a core 2 duo e6600, 60GB SSD (boot Drive), 2 x 1TB HDD for Internal Media Storage, 8GB of DDR3 Memory, a Low Profile HD 7750, a generic ASUS Bluray Rom, and 450W Power Supply. All this is inside the Silverstone ML03B case. I've slightly overclocked the CPU and am able to play any content out on the market. A lot of people will have you think that you need to spend a lot on a very powerful machine to playback the most recent high bit rate Anime or Bluray content, but that's just not true. I spent $54 on this motherboard and pieced it together with parts from older computers and was able to achieve the same results that other people would have you believe can only be done with new and expensive hardware.
I always ran ASUS boards and never had any issues like this, I just wanted a cheap board for my security camera dvr system to house a Core 2 Duo I had laying around and looks like i got more than I bargained for :) Also mfg recommends 500W or greater power supply.
What worked for me:
Crucial 8GB kit (4GBx2) DDR3-1600 MT/s (PC3-12800) Non-ECC UDIMM
I know there's probably only a few reasons you're even looking at this board, and the main one is obviously that you need Socket Intel 775, or a 775Extreme compatible board. Because if that's not why you are here, then if you just want to build a new PC, there are MUCH better boards out there, that don't use the old inefficient 775 Socket type. That being said, you probably wanna breath new life into some old parts without spending some serious paper. Let me just say, as far as Socket 775 MOBOs are concerned, this is probably your best bet.
Corsair Carbide Series 200R Compact ATX Case CC-9011023-WW
Corsair CX Series 500 Watt ATX/EPS Modular 80 PLUS Bronze
Intel Core 2 Duo E8600 3.33GHz Desktop Processor
ArticSilver 5 Thermal Paste
Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO - CPU Cooler with 120mm PWM Fan
Gigabyte G41MT-S2PT LGA 775 G41 Micro ATX Intel Motherboard DDR3 1333
Crucial 8GB kit (4GBx2) DDR3-1600 MT/s (PC3-12800) Non-ECC UDIMM
MSI AMD Radeon R9 270X 2GB GDDR5 2DVI/HDMI/DisplayPort PCI-Express Video Card
Samsung 850 EVO 120GB 2.5-Inch SATA III Internal SSD (MZ-75E120B/AM)
Win 8.1 64bit OEM
Noctua SSO2 Bearing, Retail Cooling NF-F12 iPPC 2000 IP67 PWM
Silverstone Technology All Black Sleeved 1-3 PWM Fan Splitter Cable (CPF02)
Anker® Uspeed PCI-E to USB 3.0 2 Port Express Card, with 1 USB 3.0
Generic LG DVDR/RW Sata3
Several SATA3/6 cables.
USB Linsys Wifi N
Generic USB Keyboard and Mouse
Brings new tech to your Old 775 Socket
8gb DDR3* (see note above and in Cons)
Good Setup configuration
2x PCI slots for older expansion cards if your doing a rebuild
Compatible with old 775 Extreme processor types
Easy and User Friendly Bios
PCI Xp2.0 x16
Doesnt bring enough new tech to your 775 =P
Sata 2 speed (LAME)
Only 2x slots DDR3, is super picky as you can see from other reviews in addition to mine
No USB 3.0(for older PC's, so its acceptable and only personal preference at this point)
Wishing it had another PCI Xpress x1 slot in place of the 2 PCI slots(on the bottom, not a major con, just preference.)
Not PCI Xp3.0(same as other cons, its for old 775 chipset, so cant fault them for this)
Let me start off by saying this MOBO has a nice configuration, and selection. Lots of Sata connectors that don't seem to get in the way. A PCI Express x1 ABOVE the PCI Express x16, which is mandatory if you have a larger video card like I have chosen. I personally noted this fact while looking at other Mobos. DDR3 is great to have for bringing a little more power to your games and apps, while using the old 775 tech.
I of course gathered all my parts through sales over a few weeks, some over a couple months, to fit into a budget, while using leftover parts.
I started off originally with 2xGSkill DDR3 1333 Ram chips that were suggested by another user, which would not even let the MOBO post unfortunately. Came back online, returned those modules and looked through the reviews from this Mobo for a review I recalled seeing on other RAM modules that were supposed to work. That's when I found a user with a review detailing the Crucial Ram chips. The timing for the chips was a little slower, but at this point I just wanted this picky Mobo to post. Using the ones specified above, I was able to post Immediately, access the BIOS and checked configuration and OC options. The Bios for this board is nice, with many options for the enthusiast, while still being easy to understand for the average user. Everything checks out, proceed to Win 8.1 install. Drivers CD that came with this MOBO was junk, wouldn't even run, dunno why, and I honestly didn't care because Win8.1 recognized and updated everything accordingly.
I also originally used a GeForce 8600GTS 256mb video card for the initial install, before switching to the R9 Hawk that is now in the machine.
--You do not need a dedicated Video Card for this board--
I have not done overclocking, and do not plan to with this board as its not necessary for my personal use. However I did note in my exploration of the Bios that this board makes it quite easy to find and fiddle with the Voltages and Timings should you choose to do so.
Let me also say that I have now been using this PC for 2 weeks and I am very happy with it.
Originally I looked at other 775 Socket Mobos like:
Intel DP35DPM Single Pack, Atx P35 Exp Chip Motherboard
ASRock G41C-GS LGA 775 G41 2DRR2 8G MATX Motherboard
Both of which are nice, but the Intel is EXPENSIVE compared to this Mobo, and the options weren't as good.
ASRock I heard OCs well, but the setup for the PCI Xpress x1 puts it under the x16 slot, which is a poor choice if you want to have a larger dedicated Video card. It would have worked had I chose to stay with my original GeForce8600gts, but then gaming wouldn't have been much fun.
What do I do with this setup?
Minecraft, Trove, Defiance, Scribblenauts, Warframe, etc - in addition to other steam games, all run at 60fps, most at High settings(Can thank the new vid card for that). I expect using PCI Xp3.0 and new Socket 1150 with better DDR3/DDR4 Ram would kill most games, but for what I have I think it does exceptionally well.
I have amazon prime so shipping is always fantastic, and packaging is normally great.
If you are trying to build a PC with this MOBO I would suggest using:
Where you can make sure your build is mostly compatible. Its not perfect, but it will keep you on the right path.
Thanks for reading, and have a great day. Good luck with your Build!