ASUS M4A79T Deluxe

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1 Bjorn 3D
Previously I reviewed one of MSI's latest 790FX-GD70 and I considerd it to be hands down, one of the best AM3 boards I have used. Some time has past now and my collection has grown a bit more and today we get to toy with the Asus M4A79T Deluxe. It seems like we are getting rehahes of the tired 790FX chipset but with each board their seems to be more and more improvements. Even though we patiently await the newer AMD chipsets ahead it's always nice to see a new board in the pile.
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4 Hardware Overclock
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5 Motherboards.org
ASUS manufactures a wide variety of computer related equipment including motherboards, video cards, and cell phones. They are a favorite of mine and Doc's who use ASUS computer equipment whenever possible in the main computers in the house. Today I'm reviewing the ASUS M4A79 Deluxe motherboard which supports the new AMD Phenom II processors and is based upon AMD's 790FX chipset.
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8 Benchmark Reviews
ASUS has it tough. No question about it, everyone loves to hate the front runner. It's hard to remember when they weren't one of the top dogs, and in this business, it's as hard to stay on top as it is to get there. For the last several years, like everyone else, they've been paying the bills by selling Intel-based systems.
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10 Legit Reviews
Today, Legit Reviews will be looking at the first memory architecture change that AMD has made since launching the Socket AM2 platform back in 2006. Will we see the 3-5% performance boost that AMD marketing slides have shown or will it perform slower than DDR2 platforms? That is what we will try to answer by comparing the new ASUS M4A79T Deluxe motherboard to the tried-and-true MSI DKA790GX Platinum motherboard.
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The problem is that we couldn't understand why anyone would buy a brand new Phenom II X4 810 or X3 720 processor and then choose to ally it with a DDR2 motherboard. It also seemed unlikely that many people would buy a new AM2+ motherboard for their existing CPU on the off-chance that they might buy an AM3 Phenom II in the future. The upshot was that we regarded the M4A79 Deluxe as little more than a refreshed M3A79-T Deluxe that was trading on its support for AM3.
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