Thanks for the post Paul.
ASUS makes some of the finest Motherboards on the planet.
I have an ASUS FM1 socket board now and it's very civilized. My FM1 board can 'Hybrid Crossfire' with up to a Radeon HD6670, but I hear that the Socket FM2 boards with the Trinity APU in them can do hybrid crossfire with a Radeon HD7770 graphics card.
This should mean a healthy boost in graphics performance for a little less of an investment. I can't wait for reviews.
Don't part with your illusions. When they are gone you may still exist, but you have ceased to live.
Yea I'm with realneil, looking forward to some reviews on the new trinity Apu as well as this board. I have a P8Z68V-Pro and I love it. Took a little tweaking to get rid of some of the issues and to get it running flawlessly while OC'ing but that's the fun of it IMO.
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