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ASUS Announce their new 990FX TUF Sabertooth R3.0 AM3+ Motherboard

ASUS Announce their new 990FX TUF Sabertooth R3.0 AM3+ Motherboard

ASUS Announce their new 990FX TUF Sabertooth R3.0 AM3+ Motherboard

ASUS Announce their new 990FX TUF Sabertooth R3.0 AM3+ Motherboard

 ASUS has announced their new 990FX TUF Sabertooth R3.0 AM3+ motherboard, offering support for USB 3.1 and Type-C alongside M.2 support, RGB LEDs and a rigid PCIe

ASUS has announced their new 990FX TUF Sabertooth R3.0 AM3+ motherboard, offering support for USB 3.1 and Type-C alongside M.2 support, RGB LEDs and a rigid PCIe Safeslot. 

This new AM3+ motherboard offers a significant upgrade over ASUS' previous AM3+ 990FX motherboards, offering a much-needed refresh containing a modern feature set and using the most up to date motherboard components offering better thermals for the motherboards chokes and offering greater endurance than existing AM3+ motherboards. 

             ASUS Announce their new 990FX TUF Sabertooth R3.0 AM3+ Motherboard  ASUS Announce their new 990FX TUF Sabertooth R3.0 AM3+ Motherboard

 

This motherboard will feature RGB illumination for the PCIe slots and some other motherboard components and is the first ASUS TUF series motherboard to implement RGB lighting. 

ASUS TUF series motherboard are designed to offer both stability and longevity, with each motherboard undergoing strict testing to ensure that each motherboard is built to handle anything that life throws at it.  The ASUS 990FX TUF Sabertooth R3.0 comes with a 5-year warranty.  

 

  Every TUF motherboard undergoes the industry’s most-punishing tests to ensure they are ready for permanent duty in all scenarios. In our development labs we expose them to extreme thermal shock tests, heating them to 95°C and freezing them all the way down to -45°C. We also bend them, shock them and drop them — meaning TUF Sabertooth 990FX R3.0 is certified for 24/7 durability. This is why we have the confidence to back every TUF Sabertooth 990FX R3.0 board with a five-year warranty

ASUS Announce their new 990FX TUF Sabertooth R3.0 AM3+ Motherboard  

The TUF Sabertooth 990FX is to be available from July 25th in the UK with an MSRP of £182.99 inc. VAT.

 

 

You can join the discussion on the ASUS 990FX TUF Sabertooth AM3+ motherboard on the OC3D Forums.

 

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14-07-2016, 12:51:13

Dicehunter
I REALLY hope Asus don't put RGB's on future Sabertooth Intel boards, It's one of the big selling points of the boards being completely stealthy looking, No flashing lights or any childish looking bling.Quote

14-07-2016, 13:31:49

Greenback
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
I REALLY hope Asus don't put RGB's on future Sabertooth Intel boards, It's one of the big selling points of the boards being completely stealthy looking, No flashing lights or any childish looking bling.
Does it matter as long as you have an option to turn them all off?Quote

14-07-2016, 14:18:47

dwatterworth
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
I REALLY hope Asus don't put RGB's on future Sabertooth Intel boards, It's one of the big selling points of the boards being completely stealthy looking, No flashing lights or any childish looking bling.
Totally agree. I wish Asus would be faster on mATX boards also. Rocking the Z87 Gryphon for a media/file server/htpc and the Z97 model for my workstation. Love the no frills approach to keep cost down while usually providing good quality audio solution and very solid platform management options.

I do question the need for an update so close to the anticipated Zen release.Quote

14-07-2016, 14:22:12

Thelosouvlakia
Waaaaaaaaait that name is wrong, the 3.0 version was that with the PLEX chips that gave it pcie 3.0 capabilities

Also, I don't see why asus produces a motherboard for the 990fx that is going to be THAT expensive, I mean sure usb 3.1 and m.2 is something that other companies have implemented on the 990FX chipset but at a lower price to catch the attention of gamers -mostly- And they took the PS/2 port away..

soo umm yeah I don't see the point..Quote

14-07-2016, 14:27:20

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Greenback View Post
Does it matter as long as you have an option to turn them all off?
Yes increases price and makes the boards PCB look less black since they have to add more stuff. I miss the look of nearly all black PCBs where minimal silver and chips where shown. Z97 boards pretty sure started that.Quote
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