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[HWC] ASRock Keeping Socket 939 Alive with New 785G Motherboard

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Well if there was ever a company trying to keep dead technology alive, it would be ASRock. Sources at OCWorkbench claim that ASRock is looking to keep the heart of Socket 939 – replaced by AM2 in 2006 – still beating with a new motherboard based on the 785G chipset.
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Now this I did not see coming.
Edited by darksideleader - 12/4/09 at 10:09am
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Err, source?
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source please
    
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you know what i really want? either a dual socket opteron board with crossfire capability or a dual socket am3 board, i guess ill just have to dream on...
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Only one problem.

It's an ASRock!
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wow, some decent specs. A lot of use have a 939 chip lying round and with this board, if cheap, would make a decent media centre pc
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Perry View Post
Only one problem.

It's an ASRock!
I see no problem there.
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One cannot be serious. It's not April 1st, is it?
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nothing wrong with asrock, ill take a budget asrock over an assus any day of the week. yes i know asustek blah blah blah but i feel they are just better, never had to rma an asrock 5 times before getting a working one
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