DFI LANParty complemented its range with a new motherboard under reference BI 785G-M35 intended for HTPC configurations.
Embedding the couple AMD 785G Northbridge and Southbridge AMD SB710, this motherboard micro-ATX format can accommodate an AMD Phenom II and up to 16 GB of RAM DDR3 800, 1 066, 1 333 and 1 600 MHz over four locations.
On board, a circuit ATI Radeon HD 4200 supports DirectX 10.1 and connected to a triple HDMI / DVI / VGA, Realtek ALC885 audio controller with S / PDIF optical and coaxial S / PDIF for its high-definition channels and eight JMicron controller network JMC250 compatible with Gigabit Ethernet RJ-45.
Besides this, it offers PCI-Express 16x to replace the integrated graphics or support in multi-GPU mode, and a PCI-Express 1x slots and two PCI simple.
For connection of data units then are provided a connector Floppy, one IDE connector capable of receiving both devices and six SATA II 3 Gb/s.
As for the rear panel, it includes, in addition to the connectors already mentioned above, taken two PS/2 for the couple keyboard / mouse, four USB 2.0 ports (plus the eight ports with four internal connectors on the motherboard) and analog audio jacks.