In our review of the ASUS M3A79-T Deluxe we noted that the rollout of Phenom II made the ultimatistic combination of 790FX NB and SB750 much more important.
However, there are not many such motherboards for Socket AM2+. It looked like all new models would be designed mostly for AM3. Nothing of the sort.
Almost all manufacturers decided to update their product lines for Socket AM2+. We'll apparently review new motherboards with DDR2 support for a long time (along with AM3 products, of course).
From the economic point of view, such motherboards will be quite popular in gaming computers, especially if you already own a good DDR2 memory kit of high capacity.
Fortunately, top Phenom II processors (in combination with top graphics cards) are powerful enough to maintain high frame rates in modern games with high graphics quality and resolutions.
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