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Wednesday, 04 March 2009 11:37

Asus Nforce 980a pictured

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Cebit 2009: "New" Nvidia chipset


Asus
is preparing a new motherboard based on an Nvidia chipset and its M4N82 Deluxe is getting ready for AM3 CPUs, but only with DDR2 memory support.

Asus will offer 3 way SLI, 8+1 phase power, TurboV, real time overclocking tunings and two PCI slots. The board should be coming in Q2 time and it actually looks the Nforce 980a chipset is an improved version of 780a chipset, something that we’ve seen a year ago.

The board looks nice, but it didn’t take our breath away.

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