Released February, 2010
The Pros:Really low price, affordable for anyone. Enough space to fit a double-wide graphics card in the PCI-E x16 slot. Onboard audio is high definition and easy to set up.
The Cons:Only works with 4-pin case fan connectors. Some conflicts with certain kinds of RAM, need to check compatibility. Northbridge runs hot, need to account for it with proper case cooling system.
The ASRock A780FullHD is a low-end motherboard. It is designed to contain the major components of a PC. It features a AM2+/AM2 socket, Hybrid Booster technology, and AMD Cool'n'Quiet technology. The AM2+/AM2 socket allows for a user to use any CPU from the AMD Phenom FX/Phenom/Athlon 64 FX/Athlon 64 X2/Athlon/Sempron lines.
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The Hybrid Booster technology gives a user control over features of the motherboard, as well as the ability to safely overclock a CPU. The AMD Cool'n'Quiet technology allows the motherboard to conserve power, and also reduces noise from the fan. When compared to another motherboard by ASRock, the 939A785GMH/128M, the A780FullHD has some advantaged, including AMD LIVE compatibility, and faster FSB (2600 MHz versus 1000 MHz).
- AM2+/AM2 Socket
- Compatible with AMD Phenom FX/Phenom/Athlon 64/Athlon 64 X2/Athlon/Sempron CPUs
- AMD Cool'n'Quiet technology
- Hybrid Booster technology
- 2600 MHz FSB
- AMD LIVE compatible
- Integrated AMD RV610 graphics
- ATI Hybrid CrossFireX technology
- Four DIMM slots
- Up to 16GB of DDR2 RAM
User Reviews (2)
really low price, affordable for anyone
enough space to fit a double-wide graphics card in the PCI-E x16 slot
onboard audio is high definition and easy to set up
layout is ideal, avoids having components crowding each other
BIOS and ASRock OC is simple and easy to work with
only works with 4-pin case fan connectors
some conflicts with certain kinds of RAM, need to check compatibility
northbridge runs hot, need to account for it with proper case cooling system
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