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"At Las Vegas in January, ECS was showing its new range of motherboards featuring the new 15µ plated gold connectors. Let's take a look at a 785G board featuring it."
"Unfortunately, there is not much here for high-end gamers, as CrossFire is not supported by the A785GM-AD3 and graphics cards with large dual slot coolers will block the top two SATA ports, leaving only the three bottom ports available. Let's face it though - this board is not a high-end model and if issues like these bother you, I am sure you are willing to shell out the extra cash necessary to avoid them. In the end, the ECS A785GM-AD3 did exactly what is supposed to do. It was stable, performed well and had many great features due to the 785G/SB710 chipset combination. During the course of the review, I was not able to find the price that ECS is going to launch the board at, but if it comes in where I think it will (which is good amount under $100), it could be a real bargain. So, If you are someone who is not looking to break the bank and at the same time get the biggest return possible, the ECS A785GM-AD3 motherboard could be a good choice for you."