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Thursday, 27 September 2007 11:11

MSI names its RD7x0 boards

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Phenom support is there


MSI has jumped the gun on the names of its two upcoming motherboards. The one based on AMD RD790 high end chipset will be known as K9A2 Platinum and it should be ready in October while the second one based on RD780 chipset will be commercially known as K8A3 CF-F.


The CF part is simple as both boards will support Crossfire and the Platinum board will have as much as four PCIe slots.


At the same time both boards will be ready to support Phenom CPUs once AMD launch them in November. MSI also plans a few boards based on Nvidia's next generation chipset.

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