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ASUS M4A78T-E 790GX AM3 Motherboard Review

by FiXT     |     April 19, 2009

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Thanks to architectural changes in the design of processors, such as the integrated memory controller, pure speed is no longer really a determining factor when it comes to selecting a motherboard. As such, manufacturer-specific features and overclocking capabilities are key elements when choosing between two similarly-priced AMD 790GX/SB750 motherboards. As mentioned previously, this is not necessarily a high-end motherboard, that distinction is appears reserved for models based on the 790FX chipset, but as you will see below it is certainly not lacking in the fancy gizmo department.

Letís take a closer look at some of the included features:


 
 
 

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