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ASUS today announced the world's first motherboard supporting AMD's AM2+ CPU. After long-term cooperation with AMD, the M2A-VM motherboard series is the first to be available. More AM2+ CPU compatible motherboards will come from ASUS in the near future.
MSI today released a press release to list its AM2+ compatible motherboard line-up. The lists includes boards powered by the AMD 690G IGP and NVIDIA's mainstream nForce 560 and nForce 520, but it also unveils the new, unreleased chipsets from both AMD and NVIDIA. While AMD's RD790 and 780 have already been rumored and showcased, NVIDIA's nForce 780a and 750a have not been announced by NVIDIA and have only been known as the MPC78 series. The 780a is set to power the K9N2 Diamond while the 750a will be featured on the K9N2 SLI Platinum. Tha last, yet unnamed chipset, the MCP78D is rumored to be a new IGP part with similar features as its bigger brothers.
ASUSTeK Computer Inc. (ASUS) today announced its AMD AM2+ CPU support motherboard list. The motherboards listed below are the candidate motherboards compatible with AM2+. Users can enjoy the next generation AMD CPUs by updating with the latest BIOS on ASUS support site.