"Graviton" presented the Russian motherboard "Inga" on the Intel H610 chipset for Core processors of the 12th and 13th generations

The Russian manufacturer of computer equipment «Graviton» announced the development of a motherboard called «Inga». The new product is made in the mATX form factor and is based on the Intel H610 chipset in combination with an LGA 1700 processor socket.

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The manufacturer did not provide detailed information about the board. It is noted that the new product is compatible with 12th and 13th generation Intel Core processors. The developers also report a large number of video inputs and support for USB 3.2 Gen2 ports. The product image shows that it is equipped with two DIMM slots for RAM modules, one PCIe x16 slot, and two PCIe x1. In addition, the board has three M.2 slots. There is support for NVMe solid-state drives.

Graviton notes that the board is included in the register of Russian industrial products of the Russian Ministry of Industry and Trade. PC assembly on the specified motherboard will begin in the first quarter of 2024. First of all, these will be Graviton D32I and D52I personal computers in SFF and Mini Tower form factors.

“The use of the Inga motherboard will allow us to equip desktop PCs with 13th generation Intel Core processors. Previously, in the Graviton model line, only monoblocks were equipped with these processors,” says the company’s official website.