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Tuesday, 04 September 2007 08:02

Asus officially announces AM2+ boards

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Ten boards in total

Asus has officially released a list of AM2+ boards on its website and the list includes a total of ten boards. Some of the boards are older products and they're aparently compatible with the new CPUs.

The M2A-VM is the first board with official support, but Asus will be releasing BIOS upgrades for the remaining nine boards shortly.

It seems like Nvidia's chipsets is already compatible with AM2+ as most of the boards on the list features Nvidia chipsets. This is good news for those that have invested money in more expensive boards like the Crosshair R.O.G. board which is on the list.

You can check out the full list of compatible boards here
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