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Sapphire Pure Platinum A75 Motherboard Review



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Sapphire are a brand that we all know and love for producing some of the most extreme video cards on the market and push the boundaries in terms of cooling and performance. Marking a new chapter, Sapphire are keen to get into the motherboard market, but want to do so with a bang by offering boards with the most beneficial features, extreme technology and a good price point.

Today Sapphire sent us their latest board, ready for the A75 FM1 market; the Sapphire Pure Platinum A75 featuring the latest AMD technology and features in a full-size ATX form factor board.

With some unique features and fantastic styling, we’ll see if this board can handle the tests we throw at it and also to see if it can hold the crown for Llano overclocking in the eTeknix labs.

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  • Leo Bien Durana

    Nice review! But imho, that mini PCI-E slot is way too close to the PCI-E slot, and may pose some heat/ventilation issues if both slots are populated.

  • aruffell

    Leo Bien Durana;22457 wrote: Nice review! But imho, that mini PCI-E slot is way too close to the PCI-E slot, and may pose some heat/ventilation issues if both slots are populated.

    You have to remember though a tv tuner or Wi-Fi card isn't going to generate much heat if any so shouldn't be a problem.Andy

  • Leo Bien Durana

    Not so sure about mini wifi cards bec. I've built a PC based on a ASRock mobo that has one. Runs pretty hot and I have to buy an ugly sidepanel w/fan just to lower the temps. And that's nasty.

  • dav532000

    Looks like a nice board, like the USB3 option. would not think about Sapphire for a motherboard but not bad, pity that the bios hadn't been updated before it got to you, at least if they now no about it they can sort it. Good honest review agin Andy.

  • Anybody in 2 minds whether to buy this or not,let me clear it up for you.

    BUY.

    There you go.