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Gigabyte GA-870A-UD3 Socket AM3 Motherboard  - Gigabyte GA-870A-UD3 Socket AM3 Motherboard
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The new Gigabyte 870A-UD3 can do all this plus more. The introduction of the 870A-UD3 means you can have a very nice motherboard with all the latest features and not pay an arm and a leg for it. The board offers the end user the newest USB 3.0 and SATA III, raid support, four DIMM slots along with the typical Gigabyte good looks. The 870 chipset maybe aimed at the person looking for a lower end motherboard but it offers the user much more. We started this article classifying the board as an entry model, which it is. But the 870A-UD3 offers you Crossfire and high speed memory support for those that wish to take their systems to the next level at another time.
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GIGABYTE MA790GP-UD4H 790GX Motherboard - GIGABYTE MA790GP-UD4H 790GX Motherboard
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"AM3 is AMD’s big cash cow now and while this CPU isn’t really able to compete with the Intel Core i7 on performance, its price point really has a major plus amongst the more budget conscious users, especially in the global financial crisis. Saving as many dollars as you can really means a lot more than it did the same time last year and to this end AMD really has a leg up here. The other big plus, and this is where I personally really thank AMD, is that they have not just thrown away their older users. AM3 based processors can be run in any AM2+ based board thanks to its dual mode memory controller. AM3 CPU’s have a dual channel DDR2 and a dual channel DDR3 memory controller. This means that you can slap one of the newest AMD Phenom II processors in your already setup AM2+ boards and continue to use your existing hardware and later on you an upgrade to an AM3 board with DDR3 and newer technologies and still keep your CPU; it’s just that simple and AMD has really thought of everything."
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