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Wednesday, 11 July 2007 10:33

G690 gets a boost with BIOS Update

Written by David Stellmack

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Faster graphics with a BIOS update


Those who happen to own an Asus or MSI board with the AMD 690 Chipset will be pleased to hear that they will get a significant performance boost with the introduction of the latest BIOS update from Asus and MSI.

You can download the Asus version for the M2A-VM here.

The MSI version for the K9AGM2 has not been posted yet, but you should expect it shortly. How much of a performance boost does this update offer? It will depend on the application, operating system and most likely the colour of your eyes.

Of course as with all integrated video solutions, any increase is a welcomed increase. We have two of these boards in the lab, so we will certainly give it a try.

 

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