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Thursday, 18 October 2007 10:49

Asus 790FX pictured

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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M3A32-MVP Deluxe is the name


We managed to get hold of a picture of Asus' M3A32-MVP Deluxe motherboard based on the AMD 790FX chipset. The board comes with four PCIe graphics slots, two PCI slots, four memory slots and a heat pipe chipset cooling system.

It supports AM2+ and AM2 CPUs and has at least one IDE and six SATA ports. The PS2 port for mice is gone, but the bluish PS2 for keyboard is still there. The board has 5.1 analog audio port, a SPDIF port and an optical digital port that will hopefully support Dolby digital Live.

The board also comes with six USB 2.0, Esata and Firewire and, last but not least, a Gigabyte LAN port. The board should be ready in two to three weeks and is not the only AMD 7x0 to come from Asus.   

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