ECS A890GXM-A2 Pro Reviews
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"Motherboards from ECS usually come to market at a terrific price. Although this particular motherboard isn’t available yet, the A890GXM-A can be found today for USD 110, and we guess the A90GXM-A2 will be offered a little bit above that due to its USB 3.0 ports, bringing a terrific cost/benefit ratios for users in the situations described above."
"The A890GXM-A2 takes the strengths of the A890GXM-A previously reviewed, and adds what is missing: USB 3.0."
"ECS has really done its homework and inproved on an already great chipset. The A890GXM-A2 board delivers the performance and features that enthusiats and gamers desire. The solid build and amazing performance are exactly what is needed to push your next system or upgrade to the next level. If you have been uneasy about taking a plunge on an ECS mainboard, I encourage you to consider this one in your next buy. You will be as amazed as I was when testing it and will not regret your decision."
"The pricing has yet to be confirmed but we understand the A890GXM-A2 is set to retail for about $125 USD. That's pushing into higher end territory for 890GX, competing with the likes of ASUS and Gigabyte which have established products and reputations for high performance. While this ECS board is a big move in the right direction, the price tag is a bit high if you're looking for peak performance out of your CPU. That being said, If you need a capable all-around motherboard that offers some good features without expecting to push things outside their normal comfort zone, then the ECS A890GXM-A2 is a good option to consider."
"The ECS A890GXM-A2 may not be as ridiculously feature rich as the ASUS Crosshair IV Extreme, but it provides comparable performance at stock settings and has very good capability to overclock. The best part is that the ECS motherboard costs about half as much as the ASUS coming in at an extremely reasonable AED 600 (USD 150). That’s a lot of performance for that much money, making the ECS A890GXM-A2 well worth it for anybody who’s making a new AMD AM3 based system."