Released March, 2010
The Pros:Extremely low-cost printer, worth the money no matter what the specs. Blu-ray playback is smooth and consistent with no errors. Ports for VGA, DVI and HDMI let it work with any kind of display you have available.
The Cons:Only has 3Gbps SATA ports, which may or may not impact performance depending on application. Has 2 identical-looking USB ports, but only one of them is USB 3.0.
The 880GMH/USB3 is an AMD motherboard from Asrock, built on the micro ATX form factor. This product supports 2-core to 6-core processors, DDR3 memory modules and USB 3.0 connectivity. Graphics capabilities are built-in, eliminating the need for a discrete video card purchase.
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The ASRock 880GMH/USB3 is built on the AM3 socket, allowing for a wide range of processors to be installed. The latest 6-core Phenom II CPUs are well suited for this board, allowing users to achieve maximum available performance. Graphics acceleration is provided by the AMD Radeon HD 4250, which is capable of 1080p HD video playback and light gaming via DirectX 10.1 support. Virtually all modern video output methods are available, including HDMI for use with HDTVs. While ASRock includes only one USB 3.0 port, up to 6 USB 2.0 ports are accessible to the user. Other features include instant boot options and a package of near-automatic overclocking utilities.
- AMD Phenom II 6-core compatible
- D-Sub, DVI-D and HDMI video output
- Integrated AMD Radeon HD 4250 graphics
- ASRock Instant Boot, Instant Flash, OC Tuner, IES, OC DNA
- 1x USB 3.0 port
- 1x PCI-E x16 slot
- 5 x SATAII 3.0 Gb/s connectors
- 1x ATA IDE connector
- Raid support
- 7.1 channel HD audio
- Included ASRock software
User Reviews (2)
extremely low-cost printer, worth the money no matter what the specs
Blu-ray playback is smooth and consistent with no errors
ports for VGA, DVI and HDMI let it work with any kind of display you have available
solidly built and durable with heavy-duty Japanese capacitors
allows for ample overlocking that's pretty easy to achieve
built-in graphics handle most tasks smoothly, and work well with full-screen video
only has 3Gbps SATA ports, which may or may not impact performance depending on application
has 2 identical-looking USB ports, but only one of them is USB 3.0
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