AMD 1090T - GigaByte or ASUS or Digilite

Hi Experts,

Let me be straight to the point.

From this Forum/threads and googling I found 1090T is better than FX6100 in many aspects.

Now I'm stuck with the MoBo for this 1090T.

I have 3 options.

1. ASUSTeK M4A88T-M LE - http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/AMD_AM3/M4A88TM_LE/
2. Gigabyte GA-880GM-USB3 - http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=3412#ov
3. Digilite 880G + SB710 - http://www.c-libz.com/today2/products/motherboards.htm
( 2nd Column from the Last. )

I need Your advice on this. I'm from India and here we have to buy from only retailers and we have limited options.
If anyone suggest a better Motherboard for AMD 1090T then it will be very very helpful.

Thanks a lot experts for Your advice.


Masten.
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  1. Easy, Go with the ASUSTek board as its a good little overclocker.
  2. +1 or with GA-880, both will serve you well and now down to price and features.
  3. If you are a gamer and plan on adding a powerful graphics card, be aware that a long 2-slot card will cover at least 2 SATA ports on the Asus and more on the Gigabyte.
  4. clutchc said:
    If you are a gamer and plan on adding a powerful graphics card, be aware that a long 2-slot card will cover at least 2 SATA ports on the Asus and more on the Gigabyte.


    Unless you use the right angled SATA port cables which i do with mine.
  5. Uther39 said:
    Unless you use the right angled SATA port cables which i do with mine.

    Yes, rt. angle connectors will work if they are low-profile enough to clear the card's fan housing ...and turned the correct way.

    I tried to use right angle SATA connectors on an older Asus P5N-E SLI board when I added a second graphics card. The darn connectors were turned the wrong way. The 1st SATA cable ended up laying over and covering the other SATA slots. Anyway, I just thought I'd pass that along as food for thought.
  6. Hi all,

    I need to tell You few things.
    1. I'm a IT guy who work in SAP and I need to build a server.
    2. I will never use this machine for gaming/video/browsing/entertainment/regular use.
    3. I use this mainly to run SAP applications.

    Here are my MAIN REQUIREMENTS.

    1. I need to run VM Wares on this machine. Will that be possible?
    2. What options should I select to make the optimum use of the resources on the machine?

    3. Frankly, I do not want to lie, I did not understand anything what You told me in the posts earlier. I'm sorry for that being a novice gamer.


    My main requirement is, I need this machine to run servers, which demand complex resources.
    Can anyone please help me on that.


    Thanks a ton,


    Masten.
  7. You should have gotten a better processor for that XD Anyways the asus board is a nice board.
  8. masten12 said:
    Hi all,

    I need to tell You few things.
    1. I'm a IT guy who work in SAP and I need to build a server.
    2. I will never use this machine for gaming/video/browsing/entertainment/regular use.
    3. I use this mainly to run SAP applications.

    Here are my MAIN REQUIREMENTS.

    1. I need to run VM Wares on this machine. Will that be possible?
    2. What options should I select to make the optimum use of the resources on the machine?

    3. Frankly, I do not want to lie, I did not understand anything what You told me in the posts earlier. I'm sorry for that being a novice gamer.


    My main requirement is, I need this machine to run servers, which demand complex resources.
    Can anyone please help me on that.


    Thanks a ton,


    Masten.



    You can go for DIGILITE DL-88MX3-FC, It is value for money. Fits in all your requirements.
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