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Monday, 17 September 2007 10:09

MSI has RD790 / 780 boards done

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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AM2+ support for Phenoms

 

MSI has two boards based on AMD's RD7x'0 chipsets. The high end one will be called K9A2 Platinum and will have up to four PCIe slots.

The second board is based on AMD RD780 chipset and it will be called K9A3 CF-F, we are sure that CF stands for Crossfire.

Both of these boards will be ready for Phenoms and will be launched in early Q4.

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