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ECS Launch H81 Motherboards with Durathon Certification

Almost every motherboard manufacturer likes to have some form of certification on their motherboards to showcase advanced testing or improved components – with ECS this is called Durathon.  Durathon is meant to imply:

  • A triple density PCB (less noise between electrical layers),
  • Extreme Temperature Resistance (higher temperature threshold),
  • 1.5K Point Marathon Testing (1500 checks) and
  • Superior Solid Capacitors (cleaner power)

As the newest additions to the Durathon range, ECS has launched a trio of H81 motherboards as part of their Essentials range.  H81 is a chipset aimed at internet cafes, multimedia applications (signage) and general stock office situations, and thus comes without a lot of the extras seen on the pricier motherboards (like RAID).

H81H3-I_V1_DVI_LGA_1150_Intel_Motherboard_3

The three boards are:

MB H81H3-A3 H81H3-M7 H81H3-I
CPU LGA1150 socket
Haswell
LGA1150 socket
Haswell
LGA1150 socket
Haswell
CHIPSET Intel® H81
ATX
Intel® H81
microATX
Intel® H81
mini-ITX
MEMORY 2x DDR3 2x DDR3 2x DDR3
EXPANSION SLOT 2 x PCIe x16 (x16/x4)
1 x PCIe x1
2 PCI
1 x PCIe x16
2 x PCIe x1
1 x PCIe x16
1 x Mini PCIe
STORAGE 2 x SATA III
2 x SATA II
2 x SATA III
2 x SATA II
2 x SATA III
2 x SATA II
AUDIO 6-CH HD Audio 6-CH HD Audio 6-CH HD Audio
LAN GIGA LAN GIGA LAN GIGA LAN
Graphic Output HDMI
DVI
VGA
HDMI
DVI
VGA
HDMI or
DVI / VGA
USB 2 x USB 3.0
8 x USB 2.0
2 x USB 3.0
8 x USB 2.0
2 x USB 3.0
8 x USB 2.0


H81H3-M7_V1_LGA_1150_Intel_Motherboard_3
All three motherboards seem on the face of it pretty basic (two DIMMs, one real GPU slot, minimal SATA 6 Gbps/USB 3.0/audio), but if you merely want a non-K system with a HDD and an ODD, ECS have you covered.

H81H3-A3_V1_LGA_1150_Intel_Motherboard_3

 

 

 

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This entry was posted on 2013/09/11 by in Motherboards, Technology News and tagged , , , , .

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