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#114009 4-Feb-2013 23:07
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trying to find a mini itx mobo that can support amd, or is thia not possible

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  #755823 4-Feb-2013 23:09
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Go to:
http://www.ascent.co.nz/category.aspx?majorcatID=37

Set size as mini-ITX and then your socket type.

Profit?




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  #757584 8-Feb-2013 23:04
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thinking of the FM2 cpu, can anyone recomend this processor

 
 
 
 




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  #757585 8-Feb-2013 23:04
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with asrock mini itx board

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  #757610 9-Feb-2013 09:31
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johny99: thinking of the FM2 cpu, can anyone recomend this processor
I bought the basic one for my htpc and it is excellent.  I use silent option in bios and it is so quiet. the noisiest component is the hard drive. The picture quality is great although I did download the latest drivers from AMD. Plays Blu rays fine.  But I only have used 720p and 1080i resolution.  Havent tried it at at 1080p as I dont have a tv with that resolution




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  #757612 9-Feb-2013 09:40
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Hi I built a desktop with a Gigabyte FM2 A6 recently, great value, brilliant results excellent video although I did have issues with white flashes after MS (Win7 64) update loaded an old Catalyst driver, a quick visit to AMD site and all fixed.

Oh and feels way faster than my work i5 HP

Cyril

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