Uh-oh ... GIGABYTE has been playing tricks on my oerclocker's mind. Since that µITX competition started, I'm constantly looking to µITX as overclockable. Maybe this one won't be that good for overclocking; if you want to push the µITX: check out the GIGABYTE H55 miniITX contest at HWBOT!For those who can live on single-core (low-power) computing in 2010, Gigabyte has designed a new mini-ITX motherboard which has a 2oz copper PCB, an Ultra Durable 3 design, and includes the 1.80 GHz Atom D425 processor.
Named GA-D425TUD, Gigabyte's board has two DDR3 memory slots, one PCI slot, one IDE channel, four SATA 3.0 Gbps ports, Gigabit Ethernet, 7.1 channel audio, DualBIOS, four USB 2.0 connectors and an D-Sub output.
The motherboard's price has not been unveiled but you can bet it will cost less than its bigger brother, the GA-D525TUD (now listed @ €79).