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Gigabyte to Add Support of AMD FX-9000 “Extreme” Processors to Mainstream Mainboards - Report.

Started by: beenthere | Date 08/14/13 01:40:24 PM
Comments: 33 | Last Comment:  07/15/16 11:09:54 AM

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The reason for this budget board is mainly to obtain high overclocking results to sell more of these mobos. Giga's other AM3+ mobos have poor VRM circuit designs that overheat when you overclock an FX-8000 series CPU on them, thus throttling the CPU speed. Gigabyte has known this for several years but they have refused to update their line of AMD mobos to handle the power draw of the OC'ed FX-8000 series CPUs.
2 2 [Posted by: beenthere  | Date: 08/14/13 01:40:24 PM]
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given Gigabytes boards were fine before FX 8xxx was released and that FX 8xxx isn't 2 years old, your claim seems.... flawed.

that said it's nice to see an improved board coming out for me to use with my upcoming FX 6xxx.
0 0 [Posted by: clone  | Date: 08/15/13 10:44:54 PM]
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The purpose behind this financial plan load up is for the most part to get high overclocking results to offer a greater amount of these mobos. Giga's other AM3+ mobos have poor VRM circuit outlines that overheat when you overclock a FX-8000 arrangement CPU on them, along these lines throttling the CPU speed. Gigabyte has known this for quite a long while however they have declined to redesign their line of AMD mobos to handle the force draw of the OC'ed FX-8000 arrangement CPUs.also download latest apk from http://pcdownloadfree.com/
0 0 [Posted by: thana  | Date: 03/22/16 10:16:10 PM]
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