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Old 03-18-2009, 06:49 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Well first off, I wouldn't pair a 780G with a 940. ;P Also, the 790GX and 940 is a $50 off combo, so that's a win win right there. I just figure with his budget he could afford to get a better mobo. Nothing wrong with a 780G on a budget though.

Also, I'm getting the 720 combo this week myself.
Most 780g's support Deneb's... with the exception of mine.. D:
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^ Aw man, the TA780g? That's lame.
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Ya, last April, I should have spent the extra $10 on the Biostar TA-780G-m2+ HP (which supported all this D: )

Aww well.. I have a 5000+ here that I'll throw in later
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Most 780g's support Deneb's... with the exception of mine.. D:
Well yeah, but I still say pairing with a 790 chipset is a better idea, especially with that massive discounted combo deal.
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