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ASRock M3A790GXH/128M 790GX Motherboard - The Box and What's Inside

We continue our look at AM3 motherboards and today we have ASRock's new 790GX offering for your attention. Does it have what it takes?

| Socket AM3/AM3+ in Motherboards | Posted: Jun 1, 2009 4:59 am
TweakTown Rating: 83%      Manufacturer: ASRock

Package and Contents

 

ASRock M3A790GX Motherboard Review

 

ASRock has packed the M3A790GXH-128M in a rather attractive box. The theme is red in colour which we can only assume is to compliment the ATI part since AMD has gone all green. On the front ASRock has some nice artwork along with the model number and product support info.

 

ASRock M3A790GX Motherboard Review

 

On the back ASRock simply has a plethora of award logos that they have won for their past motherboards along with very basic info on AMD's Overdrive with ACC setup; nothing really specific to the board itself.

 

ASRock M3A790GX Motherboard Review

 

ASRock supplies a single user manual which isn't as thick as most, but it does cover the major setup and functions of the board as well as some basic software setup and information. Two separate CD's are included, one containing drivers and software for XP and XP-64 and the other containing drivers and software for Vista and Vista-64. A single DVD would have been a better more logical option, however.

 

ASRock M3A790GX Motherboard Review

 

Included in the accessories are four SATA data cables, a single Molex to SATA power converter, IDE cable and FDD cable with a rear I/O shield.

 

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