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Gigabyte EP45-DS3L & EP45T-DS3R

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Today we are looking at two Intel P45 motherboards compliments of Gigabyte with their EP45-DS3L and EP45T-DS3R. The EP45-DS3L and EP45T-DS3R are just two of Gigabyte's motherboards bearing the P45 Chipset but in total they have eight different motherboards using this version of the Eaglelake Chipset.

GA-EP45T-DS3R Features:
- Intel P45 + ICH10R Chipset
- Dynamic Energy Saver 6-Gear Switching
- Gigabyte Ultra Durable 2
- Intel Core 2 45nm Support
- Supports DDR3-1900MHz (OC) Memory
- 2 x PCI-E 2.0 x16 Graphics w/ ATI CrossFireX Support
- Dual Gigabit Ethernet
- Supports Dolby Home Theater
- Dual BIOS Design
- Hardware Overvoltage Control IC

GA-EP45-DS3L Features:
- Intel P45 + ICH10 Chipset
- Dynamic Energy Saving 4-Gear Switching
- Gigabyte Ultra Durable 2
- Intel Core 2 45nm Support
- Supports DDR2-1200MHz
- 1 x PCI-E 2.0 x16 Interface
- One Gigabit Ethernet
- 8-channel High Definition Audio
- Dual BIOS Design
- Hardware Overvoltage Control IC

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