Other details include 802.11n wireless, gigabit Ethernet, ten USB 2.0 ports, a PS/2 port, 7.1-channel HD audio, optical S/PDIF output as well as DVI and HDMI outputs, which serve video directly from the IGP in Clarkdale CPUs.
Zotac notes that the motherboard is also compatible with Core i7 processors, so you should be able to use a quad-core Lynnfield chip. By going that route though, you'll have to occupy the PCIe x16 slot with a graphics card.
Price and availability weren't mentioned in the press release, but if you spot the board in circulation, let us hear about it.
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