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AMD said many of the usual motherboard suspects will announce 690G- and 690V-based products, with more of the former than the latter. The chipsets support AMD's Sempron and Athlon, single- and dual-core desktop processors.

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Asus M2M-VM

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Foxconn A690GM2MA

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