I want to know about the most up-to-date 990 Series AMD boards. Those models that encompass S/PDIF on the back I/O panel appear to have simply Optical S/PDIF obtainable, not together Optical as well as Coaxial, since can be established within the Gigabyte Intel boards. Why is that? Do you think that it is:
- a restraint of AMD platform
- a fraction of a few Gigabyte policy to build AMD motherboards second-class people to compel to purchase Intel boards.
Gigabyte's awareness of the Coaxial S/PDIF output whiles an inheritance as well as needless interface? Furthermore why doesn't the GA-990FXA-UD5 encompass Dual Gigabit LAN?