Motherboard Review Database
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"So far, ECS has announced three motherboard models based on the AMD A75 chipset for the new AMD A-Series of CPUs with integrated graphics chip ("APUs"), the A75F-A, a full ATX model, and the A75F-M and the A75F-M2, which are microATX models. Let's take a look at the full ATX model."
"As you can probably guess from the name, the A75F-A motherboard is of course an A75 based one, supporting the latest crop of APUs from AMD. With the new Llano platform off to a good start and companies showing us a strong lineup of boards, it will be interesting to see what ECS manage to bring to the table today."
"As you can see from the above charts, the ASUS F1A75-V PRO seems to be going neck & neck with the Gigabyte A75-D3H. The ECS A75F-A meanwhile isn’t a slouch either, as it manages to outperform the more expensive Gigabyte A75M-UD2H in some benchmarks."
"ECS is back, with another "Black Series" product, the ECS A75F-A. Built for the recently released Llano AMD APUs, the ECS A75F-A offers entry-level pricing, with quite a few enthusiast features. We take the shinig knight in black armor, and put it into battle!"
"Llano is AMD's second step in what we call the trifecta between Zacate and Bulldozer. This is particularly important to users on a tight budget, looking for strong value in a capable setup. ECS has traditionally offered excellent value in their motherboard lineup, and this may well continue with their Llano offering, the A75F-A Black Deluxe."
"ECS did a pretty nice job with the A75F-A, for roughly 100 EUR you reap all the benefits that A75 has to offer and then a little extra. The three PCI slots for example a a nice touch not to mention the two PCI Express x16 slots (one is x4 really) and two PCI Express x1 slots."
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