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We recently reviewed a Fuzion equipped P55, and now we're previewing the only multi-GPU AMD motherboard available, the MSI 870A Fuzion.

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Ooo one from the red corner

It looks better than the P55 IMO. The P55 had those sexy blue bits but then had a silver southbridge cooler that looked a bit 'whacked on' and out of place.

On this one they have continued the blue theme throughout and it looks much nicer

The VRM cooler (that big one that says "military class" is just plain sex

Wow ! this sucker is cheap as chips !

http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/MSI-8...-SATA-RAID-ATX

£100.
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Old 09-09-10, 12:46 PM
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Very very nice one from MSI this company is gaining my appreciation year after year

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Old 09-09-10, 12:59 PM
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Ooo one from the red corner

It looks better than the P55 IMO. The P55 had those sexy blue bits but then had a silver southbridge cooler that looked a bit 'whacked on' and out of place.

On this one they have continued the blue theme throughout and it looks much nicer

The VRM cooler (that big one that says "military class" is just plain sex

Wow ! this sucker is cheap as chips !

http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/MSI-8...-SATA-RAID-ATX

£100.
Could work out to be the answer to all your problems!
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Hopefully this Asus number will do that, but yeah, very nice board. Only snag is I would need to update to DDR3, which for the extra monies I would want the CHIV
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for the extra monies I would want the CHIV
Never know. The MSI might surprise you
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It most probably will ! But my heart is with the CHIV on just the balls out sexiness of it

Having said that though the new Asus I am running is just mental. Also supports the 1090T and has the full HT links and everything. 4 16x PCIE.. It's a friggin monster. So with the doms in there it would be more than enough tbh. And the spec? man, it's got stuff coming out of its ass !
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any one know wher i can buy the MSI 870A Fuzion Power Edition??? i can only find the regular Fuzion so far.

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