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1st detailed pictures of Asus M4A89GTD PRO/USB3

Discussion in 'Motherboards & Memory' started by ICEEXOL, Feb 13, 2010.

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    aside from the new chipset, isn't this a ~mid range board?
     
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    no wai, onboard graphics is on all the high end stuff:roll:
     
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    All the new heatsinks are starting to look very curvy :D
     
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    Yeah you are right! I think they are curvy cuz they show a low end graphic chip
     
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    Adding kinks and bends is actually a good thing, a heat-sink with its thins alligned vertically and zigzagging would have the most surface area : ]
     
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    onboard graphics:wtf::shadedshu :slap:
     
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    Anyone knows the cost of the mobo?
     
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    around $200 i think...
    but dunno actually..
     

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