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Alot of people don't know this But ASUS actually Ownes AsRock boards too.
    
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Have done a run on both the M4A89TD Pro and the Asus CHIV. Both are good boards, but I have not used them with an X6, so that may be a different case. What I found is that benchmarks wise there is no difference from my current setup, other than ram oc...
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Wow, thanks so much for the review. But no 890GX comparison or is it not enough out there?

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This stuff is so new that you would have to have Sata III drives in raid 0 or SSD Sata III and some really fast ram. DDR3. Everyone is still slowly making the switch over to the newer stuff that i would not even call standard yet. It is still in its infancy but I still have to keep up with the new stuff to keep the thread read worthy.

On another note I did see a MSI test with the ASUS and the MSI won over the ASUS which I was stunned.. Hardware Secrets did it. They were pretty thurough. Maybe MSI is getting sick of RMAing all these motherboards and putting the new ones together better. Time will tell.
    
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post #107 of 140
Well got my new asus board. Still having trouble breaking 3.5 without insane amounts of vcore Oh well. Does anyone know if a waterblock made for the other M4A79 series motherboard will work for mine? Looks as if they all have the same placement...touched the nb cooler and nearly burnt myself lol...
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post #108 of 140
The UD7 isn't "E-ATX" as put in the OP its XL-ATX according to gigabyte.
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post #109 of 140
Finally an updated thread, but mainly looking for 890GX series. Great work Enigma!
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You really should stick Op-Ed in the thread title somewhere...You might potentially mislead people...You've got all these boards listed and yet you leave out a board like the Biostar TA890FXE even after the CPU-Z and HWBot validations at 7125MHz (good enough for highest OC in the world for quad-core Phenom II...) have been posted in this very thread...
Edited by decimator - 5/30/10 at 5:28pm
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