ECS A785GM-M

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1 PC Perspective
"The main features that will really draw consumer attention to the A785GM-M is the integration of ATI's HD 4200 graphics on the motherboard. While we weren't able to play some of the top FPS games on the market at decent resolutions, we were able to play games like Quake Live and F.E.A.R. at relatively high resolutions. The addition of HDMI and high-quality audio options makes this board ideal for those upgrading their HTPCs to handle high-definition content."
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2 iXBT Labs
"This motherboard produces a mixed impression. On one hand, we have excellent peripheral interfaces, high-quality components, and nice options. On the other hand, the BIOS seems to be buggy. Let's hope it will be updated."
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3 OC Club
"While I did get a bit more of an overclock on the ECS A785GM-M motherboard than I did on the Sapphire 785G board, the overclock was still very limited. I was not able to push either the multiplier, or the reference clock very far, no matter how much voltage I threw at the system. I know the Phenom II X4 965 has a lot more headroom to go, so the limiting factor is the motherboard which is hit or miss. This overclock, while stable, was not very impressive when it came to the scores."
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4 TBreak
"The latest in the Black Series range of motherboards is the A785GM-M. It is based on the AMD 785G chipset with 140W Phenom II processor (Socket AM3) support. The A785GM-M integrates the ATI Radeon HD 4200 graphics IGP, which includes AMD Hybrid Crossfire technology and DirectX 10.1 capabilities. With HDMI output and 7.1 channel audio output, we find out if this micro-ATX board could be an excellent board to build your HTPC."
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5 eTekinx
"As of late, hardware has become less expensive and more efficient and so it should with more competition than ever, more brands want to be top of the food chain as it were. There are some users including the gamers and enthusiasts with cash burning a hole in their pockets that will lead them to a high-end board such as the ASUS Crosshair collection or Gigabyte UD7 motherboards but the majority of users won't believe in paying these top prices for features they will most likely not use."
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