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AMD 760G AM3 AIO Motherboard


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#1 Splogaton

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Posted 23 March 2012 - 09:47 PM

Is this motherboard any good?
I can't seem to find much information on it. I'm getting a new computer, and I'm not sure how good this motherboard is.
Can it support 2 Graphics cards?
(The one I'm putting on it is the Sapphire 6770

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#2 Artrooks

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Posted 24 March 2012 - 08:44 AM

As an ecomomy motherboard this seems OK to me. MSI and ECS.

PCI Express X1 Slots 1
PCI Express X16 Slot 1


There is only one fast PCIe slot on the board so running dual graphics cards is out.

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Posted 24 March 2012 - 11:21 AM

Personally, if Im building a system for gaming in mind, I stay away from anything with a 3 letter brand name, Ive never dealt with AIO, but I have with MSI and ECS and had less then favorable experiences with them, especially ECS. I would trust gigabyte or ASUS, such as one like this. It supports AM3+ which is also a plus since it supports the newer bulldozer CPUs, which means it will last longer technology wise before becoming outdated, as AM3 is already heading out the door.

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