Someone managed to get themselves some good pictures of Asus' new M4A785-M EVO mainboard TechConect Magazine was nice enough to re post them for everyone to get a better look at it.
The new board will feature an AM2+ socket and an RS880G / SB710 chip combination. The board will be a Micro-ATX form factor with support four DDR2-1200 modules (possibly allowing up to 16GB of memory).
Video will be provided by an integrated HD 4200 GPU with Hybrid Crossfire and DV 10.1 support. It will be one of the first times Asus' express gate will pop up on a non-enthusiast based mainboard.
Look for these in Q3.
Read more here.
Asus will surely be there with a lot of hardware, and one is the little thing seen below, the M4A785-M EVO, a motherboard powered by the RS880G / SB710 chip combo. The upcoming microATX board has support for AM2/AM2+ processors and four DDR2-1200 memory slots, one PCI-Express x16 slot, and Radeon HD 4200 integrated graphics, which is based on the RV620 core and features DirectX 10.1 and Hybrid CrossFireX support.