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    For review, we've got the ASUS M4A88TD-V EVO/USB3 . Featuring integrated HD4250 graphics with DirectX 10.1 support, SATA3 and USB3 .0 support, it's pretty loaded, and for less than $120, it's looking good so far. However, as we all know, paper specs don't always match up to real-life performance, so let's take a closer look.



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    Great review! Very attractive board!

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    Good review guys! Asus pulled it off again with another decent UBS 3.0 Sata3 board and at $120 it can hold it's own against most 890FX boards.
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    These inexpensive boards overclock as well as $200+ boards. No reason to spend any more than this one for sure. From a fashion statement, the dimm slots are precariously colored. I would think to attact the designer crowd, they should have coordinated them with the PCI slots.

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    Great work guys well done, ASUS sure makes some good boards all around.

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