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********************** BREAKING NEWS *****************************

Yes hopefully asus offically support the phenom II 940 on the M2N32-SLi Deluxe

You know something the M2N32-SLI Premium VISTA Edition offically supports the Phenom II 940
Look: http://support.asus.com/cpusupport/c...roduct=1&os=25

The 'M2N32-SLi Deluxe' and 'M2N32-SLI Premium VISTA Edition' are technically identical running nforce 590 SLI chipsets


So Asus will have to release an update for other m2n32 series boards. Don't you think????
Edited by mulkman - 6/23/09 at 1:16pm
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no they dont have to but here at least is a legit reason to do so - however they dont have offical approval for Phenom 2 so most likely no
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Hopefully they do.....

The asus m2n32-sli deluxe is still on sale on the internet so they should continue supporting this board.

Even if they just provide support upto phenom II 940 it will be fine

Ive emailed asus will let you know what they say!

Otherwise I will just stick in a 9850 with my current 1903 BIOS ???
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Quote:
Originally Posted by mulkman View Post
Hopefully they do.....

The asus m2n32-sli deluxe is still on sale on the internet so they should continue supporting this board.

Even if they just provide support upto phenom II 940 it will be fine

Ive emailed asus will let you know what they say!

Otherwise I will just stick in a 9850 with my current 1903 BIOS ???

they wont because they cant "offically support" the chip i think they have to buy the rights to say they support the chip - unoffically they might (ie have bios that accepts the chip and everything works fine) but you have to buy a licence (i believe)
Edited by hitoriko - 6/23/09 at 3:27pm
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I know I really wish they would put out a new bios for my board. I've had no updates for 2 years i think now. 2001 bios is nice but I would love official support for the newer chips.
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wait and see i suppose
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Very Strange - Here an email I just received from them

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Dear Valued Customer,

Thank you for contacting ASUS Customer Service.

I have confirmed the problem with the relative department, nForce 590 SLI mcp can't support Phenom2 cpus, M2N32-SLI Premium VISTA Edition can't support either, we have rectify the website already, sorry for all the inconvenience.

Chelsea

ASUS Customer Service Center (Shanghai, China)

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Ive now checked the CPU Support for the 'M2N32-SLI Premium VISTA Edition' and they have removed the support for the Phenom II 940, but allowed support for the Phenom II 920.

If they support AM2+ they should at least until its discontinued. Asus support RUBBISH lazy technical staff
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Say we all sign an online petition and send it to asus
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I do not believe that there are any technical issues that prevents Asus from supporting Phenom II CPUs on our boards; Asus simply wants us tto buy new hardware instead of having us holding on to our old motherboards longer.
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I do not believe that there are any technical issues that prevents Asus from supporting Phenom II CPUs on our boards; Asus simply wants us tto buy new hardware instead of having us holding on to our old motherboards longer.
I think there may be a little bit more to the story then what ASUS wants from us. I mean they did not have to update the bios to support the new era cpu's in the first place. Of course our mobo will never be able to fully unlease the Ph II cpu's potential but as beggers we can not be to much of choosers. I mean after all we should just be happy that we don't have to upgrade our mobo's for a while. I am waiting for Nvidia to release a True SLI Ph II solution and I'll be all over it. I think intel or someone has a mobo that supports both Xfire & SLI on the same board. I wish I could remember where I read it but my and my memory. If I don't link it then it's gone forever just about. I purchased an Nvidia mobo w/a 780a chipset thinking I would be all good for the Ph II but even the mobo I purchased does not fully support Ph II's Arg So once again I say we should just be happy that we can get away w/using the latest chips in these mobo's until we have a better Nvidia solution for our AMD CPU's Just my

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