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Asus Sabertooth 990FX Reviews

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"Personally, if you have a board like the Crosshair IV Formula and are looking to upgrade to Bulldozer, wait for Bulldozer to actually be released to see if a motherboard upgrade really is needed. If you have something slightly older and want the full stability and reliability of a system then this is a worthwhile upgrade, but we feel this is only a taster to what is going to be on offer in the upcoming months. We believe that Bulldozer (once released) should unlock the true potential of this board and the 990FX chipset from AMD."
"Because the Sabertooth 990FX is so good though, and quite reasonably priced considering all the functionality that has baked in, we can overlook the aforementioned issues. We can even turn a blind eye to the fact that the new 990FX chipset is nothing revolutionary. The build quality, performance, features, and 5 year warranty speak for themselves, but right now there is relatively little incentive to buy a 990FX-based motherboard until the AM3+ Bulldozer processors are released."
"The Sabertooth 990FX R2.0 generally is an interesting board. If you like the Sabertooth military design, then this is definitely an attractive board with a higly level of attention to detail. This version of the AMD Sabertooth board from ASUS also looks more grown up than others before. We especially like the set of connectors this board features. There are not only more than enough SATA ports also the number of USB 3.0 as well as USB 2.0 ports was able to convince us. Additionally you get an extensive software bundle which let's you control lots of parameters from within Windows."
"If you should be looking for a good and solid AMD based gaming PC with a design motherboard, then the Sabertooth 990FX R2.0 is the only one of his kind."
"The Sabertooth 990FX comes in price-wise around $200 retail, which seems to be about average among other 990FX chipset boards. But for a middle of the road price you get top of the line features, all in a unique looking package with an outstanding five year warranty."