Asus’s M4A79T Deluxe is now available in various shops of Akiba Japan. Coupled by AMD 790FX + SB750 chipset, this board is a ATX board that supports AM3 socket. Akiba Kakaku mentioned that overclocking is also said to be strong point of the SB750 chipset and powerful circuitry to enable a stable power supply circuit using 8 +2 phase. In addition, the cooling mechanism, and between the copper heat pipe chipset to + VRM and heat sink structure contributes to the enhancement of cooling capacity.

Asus’s M4A79T Deluxe is now available in various shops of Akiba Japan. Coupled by AMD 790FX + SB750 chipset, this board is a ATX board that supports AM3 socket.

Akiba Kakaku mentioned that overclocking is also said to be strong point of the SB750 chipset and powerful circuitry to enable a stable power supply circuit using 8 +2 phase.

In addition, the cooling mechanism, and between the copper heat pipe chipset to + VRM and heat sink structure contributes to the enhancement of cooling capacity.


A short breakdown of the specifications –

Chipsets: AMD 790FX + SB750

CPU: Phenom II X4, X3 / Athlon X2 (AM3 Only)

FSB: Up to 5200MT/s

Expansion slots: PCI Express x16 × 4 (dual x16, triple x16/x16/x8, quad x8 link),  PCI × 2,

Onboard Components: Gigabit LAN, 8ch sound, SATA × 5 (RAID support), eSATA, IDE, IEEE1394, USB 2.0

Memory: DDR3 1600 (OC) / 1333/1066 slots with 4 slots (up to 16GB)

Retail price is at 22,980 yen (price varies slightly at some shops) (~$370)

 

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