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Asus Sabertooth 990FX AM3+ Motherboard Review @ eTeknix

Discussion in 'Motherboards & Memory' started by lucas4, May 31, 2011.

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    Heavy_MG and Damn_Smooth say thanks.
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    Awesome find man.
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    Very awesome find!
    Sabertooth has a epic color scheme.
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    The new chipset doesn't seem to bring much more to the table over the 890 series. I guess we got to wait to see how the new CPU's perform on it.
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    I really like how they finally gave you the option to separate your GPU's for better cooling on the sabertooth. I don't see anything too amazing on the board though. I like my old X58 sabertooth but it's nothing special. Very stable though.
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    im glad they have ditched the thermal armour.
    i for one didnt like the look of it, and it was generally worse at cooling without a top-down cooler or fan blowing into it
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    theirs not like a dozen or so links on the main page for Saber ,V and MSI boards ......Please see main page for reviews.That is what it is for.
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    Any insight on how the new CPUs are going to perform? I like how the upgrade path is always easier on the AMD side.

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