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Asus has announced what it claims are the world's first AMD Socket AM2+ motherboards, though the boast rang a little hollow when the company failed to say when the products will be made available.

All it would say was that the boards, part of the existing M2A-VM series, will go on sale "in the near future". It didn't say much about what they'll do, either. The only clues come in the list of mobo model numbers:

  • M2A-VM HDMI
  • 'Crosshair'
  • M2N32-SLI Premium Vista Edition
  • M2N32-SLI Deluxe Wi-Fi AP
  • M2N32 Professional
  • vM2N-SLI Deluxe
  • M2N-E SLI
  • M2N-E
  • M2N-VM DVI
  • M2R32-MVP

 

 

 

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