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|19th June 2009, 21:18||#1|
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Asus M4N72-E Review
Nvidia chipsets haven't been quite as popular these days as AMD chipsets since they bought ATI and also the success ATI has had with the quality of their integrated video parts. Also on the Intel side Intel basically has an exclusive license them selves to Core i7 CPUs. That said while Nvidia hasn't done any major revisions since the 750a and 780a chipsets there are still new motherboards being built around those chipsets. Today we'll be taking a look at one of these from Asus, the M4N72-E.
The Asus M4N72-E is based off of Nvidia's 750a chipset and is a Socket AM2+ motherboard but is built with support for the new Phenom II Socket AM3 processors as they are backwards compatible. The reverse is not true, you can't use a Socket AM2+ processor in a Socket AM3 motherboard so in a way Socket AM2+ is the most backwards compatible despite being an older interface.
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