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2 HardOCP
"The ASUS M4A785TD-V EVO motherboard supports the AM3 line of AMD processors through the use of the AMD 785G Northbridge chipset. This chipset supports the following technologies innately: AMD socket AM3 type processors, DDR3 memory operating in Dual Channel mode up to 1333MHz officially, integrated graphics support via the ATI Radeon HD 4200 GPU, and single card PCI-E x16 based graphics support."
3 PCStats
"The ASUS M4A785TD-V EVO motherboard is an AMD 785G platform built with Home Theatre PC and High Definition media applications in mind. Key to its allure are a trifecta of video outputs - HDMI, VGA and DVI - powered by the integrated graphics AMD Radeon HD 4200 graphics card and 128MB of onboard SidePort memory."
4 Bjorn3D
"ASUS is a name that stands out among motherboard manufacturers, and for good reason. The M4A785TD-M EVO is no exception to the rule, and provides a great bundle of features for a great price. Based on the popular AMD 785G and SB710 chipset combination, the M4A785TD-M EVO is a micro ATX form factor motherboard with all the features you would usually find on a standard ATX motherboard."
5 iXBT Labs
"This motherboard offers all modern peripheral interfaces, including eSATA and FireWire, as well as a full set of video outputs. Users looking for Socket AM3 motherboards with integrated 780/790GX chipsets have a wide choice of feature-rich solutions for all-purpose home configurations, this board included."
6 Think Computers
"Some weeks back I looked at an mATX AMD 785G economy motherboard, supporting AM3 processors with DDR3 memory. It was a very impressive board with a very impressive price. Performance and stability easily met my expectations, and it will be the standard for any other 785G board that I get my grubby little hands on."
7 Benchmark Reviews
Last year ASUS introduced the 785G chipset, one of their latest chipset with integrated graphics. This comes on the back of other recently successful chipsets with integrated graphics such as the 780G and 790GX. In true AMD fashion, we can tell a lot about the chipset by its numbering. The 785G is an upgraded version of the 780G and keeps a lot of the same features.