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Sep 25, 12 at 2:40pm
harbin


Would've thought it'd be time that PCIE 3.0 slots start featuring on AMD boards. I know that is based on the chipset used but all new graphics cards now will be PCIE 3.0, and not using that means they're immediately out of date.

Seems like high end boards are more of a statement to make rather than have that much of an impact upon performance.



Sep 24, 12 at 5:02pm
leochan


Sapphire's Pure Black 990FX is a socket AM3+ motherboard which supports AMD's Bulldozer FX lineup of processors, meaning it's geared toward enthusiasts with an eye for the higher end of 8-core AMD CPUs. It also boasts loads of connectivity and expansion options. Hit our review to see if Sapphire's Pure Black 990FX bulldozes with Bulldozer.





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