Reviews and Problems with Asus M3A32-MVP Deluxe/WiFi-AP
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ASUS M3A32-MVP Deluxe WiFi-AP motherboard review
29 October 2008
Conclusion: Although AMD's range of Phenom CPUs really haven't managed to endear themselves to most users based on performance, the 790FX chipset which complements these processors at the high-end has proved itself to be a reasonably solid and stable platform. While the use of the older SB600 southbridge doesn't do the chipset any favours with regard to its overall feature set, ASUS have made up for that shortfall well with the M3A32-MVP, equipping it with some much-needed...
Summary: It's really hard to find any faults with the Asus M3A32-MVP Deluxe/WiFi-AP motherboard. For a motherboard on the AMD platform it performs quite well. Its exclusivity is also a benefit, as it's only one of a handful of motherboards on the market that support the new socket AM2+. The performance was indeed nothing to sneeze at, and neither was the accessory package.
Summary: Begge kortene vi har sett på gjør en god jobb og Asus imponerer nok en gang med bunnsolide produkter. Begge kortene har en stort antall muligheter og burde være aktuelle for alle som ser etter et kort for AM2+-sokkelen.
Crosshair II Formula er nok mest for entusiastene. Prisen er en del høyere enn varianten med AMD-brikkesett, uten at ytelsen tilsvarer den høyere prisen. Det man først og fremst får med Crosshair-kortet er muligheten for konfigurering av systemet.