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Is this an April 1 joke or how come there is no sign of this news, anywhere on the net?!

http://event.msi.com/mb/am3+/

Enjoy ;-)
    
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Look at the news section here. It's close to the top.
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Instead of releasing new mobos ,able to power 125 W TDP properly ,they now update BIOS-es.
Some mobos may work ,but the low end ones i really doubt they can work with the new CPU-s even at stock if they are over TDP 95W.

I m wondering if the BIOS engineering team has the samples that are sold in stores
   
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For the very least there is only going to be one 125W processor on AM3+ and that is the highest-end 8-core model. The lower end ones will be 95W, incl. the 4-core models that a lot of people will want due to not needing 8 cores.
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I really hope it's not a joke.
That would allow me to save so much money! lol
    
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