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Asus M3A78-T
5.0 out of 10

Asus M3A78-T

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Asus M3A78-T Motherboard Review ~ HD 3300 IGP Overclock Fun

mad shrimps
6 May 2009
  • Summary: Today, we have a look at the Asus AM2+ motherboard, the M3A78-T, which is one of the higher-end motherboards from their AM2+ series. It comes with HD3300 onboard GPU which we overclocked to the limit… and beyond, running Crysis at 1280x1024 at 30fps!
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Overall 10

Asus M3A78-T (AM2+) Motherboard

4 February 2009
  • Summary: After testing so many Intel based motherboards over the past few months ... it's actually a nice breath of fresh air looking at the Asus M3A78-T motherboard. We compared the Asus M3A78-T (790GX) motherboard against a MSI K9A2 Platinum (790FX) motherboard ... and performance wise, it's very close.
  • Pros: - Good performance for the price, - AM2/AM2+ Compatible, - Supports AMD Phenom II Processors, - Supports DDR2 ram, - Good overclocking potential, - Supports CrossfireX and Hybrid Crossfire, - Great value, - PRICE
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Asus M3A78-T, 790GX & Phenom 9950 Review & Overclocking

25 December 2008
Overall 8

ASUS M3A78-T AMD 790GX Socket AM2+ Motherboard Review

25 December 2008
  • Summary: The on-board Radeon HD 3300 VGA powers the HDMI port that's located on the I/O panel of the ASUS M3A78-T motherboard, along with Analog-VGA and DVI display outputs. The HDMI port can output High Definition content at 1080p.
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Expert Review

Silent PC
25 October 2008
  • Summary: The Asus M3A78-T features the universal video decoder found on previous AMD boards, but the IGP has been revamped, making it the most powerful ever, at least incrementally. The southbridge has also been improved — SB750 finally gives AMD users RAID-5 support out-of-the-box.
  • Pros: Fastest IGP ever, Versatile feature set, Well cooled, Good HD video playback, 3 fans can be controlled
  • Cons: High power consumption, Pricey
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Test: Asus M3A78-T

28 December 2008