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post #11 of 1630 (permalink) Old 02-20-2011, 07:46 PM
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You can add the ASUS M4A79 Deluxe:

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Same here and I have the same Enzotech MST-88.

The Enzotech MST-88 also fits on the Ga-770A-UD3.

This is a good idea. This should be added to the motherboard threads & clubs sticky.
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Wow, such a great idea. That would help users a lot, especially when trying to decide on a board to buy.

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I like how a lot of you are trying to help with your own info thumb.gif
I'm making great progress in the Gigabyte area, both sides learning quite a bit here. This is fun tongue.gif

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my board is the same as the GA-790FXTA-UD5, maybe saves you some work;D


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You could add socket as a category (though all AM3 so far).

AM3+ soon enough!
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You could add socket as a category (though all AM3 so far).

AM3+ soon enough!

we will be making a separate spreadsheet for AM2/am2+ and AM3+ when it officially comes out.

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See that completed Gigabyte column? (For currently-released mobos) - yeah, that's all xd smile.gif

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The Biostar TA890FXE board has a 8 pin CPU plug, I see it's not filled in your chart yet.
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