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Asus R.O.P. AM3 mobo?

Discussion in 'Motherboards & Memory' started by crtecha, May 1, 2009.

  1. crtecha

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    1. Do they have any out right now?
    2. Are these just over priced boards or are they worth it?
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    Currently ASUS does not have any AM3 socket motherboard under the R.O.G series.
    crtecha says thanks.
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    hahah sorry must have been starring at gpu-z or something asus rop?!?! wtf?

    Thanks bta :)
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    Yeah it sucks, but I think I read they are getting one for the AM3 from Nvidia???
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    Damn I want xfire :(
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    The MSI 790GX-GD70 is pretty good, it's what I'm swapping out my DFI M2RS for in my new build
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    yeah, the gd70 is damn good for the price. if not you can always go insane oc and get the dfi one.

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