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ASUS Socket AM3/AMD 880G/USB3.0/Hybrid CrossFireX/A&V&GbE/Micro ATX Motherboard s M4A88T-M/USB3

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  • CPU: Socket AM3 Support AMD Phenom II/Athlon II/Sempron 100 Series Processors; Support AMD 140W CPU
  • Chipset: AMD 880G & SB710 Memory: 4x DDR3-1866(O.C.)/1333/1066 DIMMs, Dual Channel, ECC/Non-ECC, Un-buffered, Upto 16GB
  • Slots: 1x PCI-Express 2.0 x16 Slot; 2x PCI-Express 2.0 x1 Slots; 1x PCI Slots IDE/SATA: 1x ATA-133 Channel;
  • Video: Integrated ATI Radeon HD4250 Graphics Controller, w/Maximum shared memory of 1GB, Support Hybrid CrossFireX Technology
  • Audio: VT1708S 8-Channel High Definition Audio CODEC
  • FSB Upto 5200 MT/s; Support HyperTransport 3.0, Unlock CPU Core Technology
  • LAN: Integrated RTL8111E PCI-Express Gigabit Ethernet Controller
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Technical Details

  • Processor Socket: AM3
  • Form Factor: Micro ATX
  • RAM Memory Technology: DDR3
  • Ram Memory Maximum Size: 16.00 GB
  • Weight: 4500 grams
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 2.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003XRG1DM
  • Item model number: M4A88T-M/USB3
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 28, 2010

Product Description

Asus M4A88T-M/USB3 Socket AM3/AMD 880G/USB3.0/Hybrid CrossFireX/A&V&GbE/MATX Motherboard

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When you buy this motherboard, you won't regret it!
Martin L
There's a ton of great options in the BIOS for overclocking this board; however almost none of them work!
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This was a very good combination of features, value, and speed.
Larry D. Nail

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By BandungBaby on November 26, 2010
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Just awesome...I unpacked the motherboard and opened the manual to the diagram page and began plugging in my existing hard drive and new power supply right into it. I used a new Thermatake Box, the rectangular one with the glossy shine (really nice as well) and pushed it slid it right in. I re-started the computer, it flashed blue, it asked me if I wanted to restore my settings and I pushed "yes" and that was it. On opening Windows 7, I placed the Asus disk in the drive and it loaded everything. I placed 3 gigs of old Ram on the board and 2 gigs of high-speed Crucial. I used a 5670 Radeon card and I can't say enough about the whole set up. I have a 23 inch HDMI 1080p HP monitor and my Flight Simulator X ramped up to all high settings and it runs like a dream; and yes, I have an AMD 965 x4 Black Edition plugged into the bad boy. The difference, just in Civ V, between the standard slimline Pavilion with x2 AMD and 3 gigs vs my setup is night and day. The ocean, for instance, looks like it would if you were flying over it at a few thousand feet.

Forgot to mention, I actually use the computer for graduate work and editing multi-track recordings and there is no reason to spend anymore unless you're into some serious CAD work. The set up mentioned above easily costs under a thousand with the monitor and delivers incredible performance.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Larry D. Nail on September 21, 2011
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We build computers, and have since the days of windows 3.1 and the 286 processor. We always wanted to splurge and take our home computer to the Gaming Computer Performance Realm. After a lot of consideration we decided to go with the AMD 965 Black Edition Quad Processor, and the ASUS AM3 M488t-M/USB3 mainboard. This was a very good combination of features, value, and speed. Asus features of unlocking cores, and express gate along with Quiet and Cool Technology are superb. This motherboard is the easiest setup ever. After the autodetect of the hard drive and dvdr, just set the boot order you want and you're good to go. As it boots up to go you press #4 key as requested and wha-lah your cores are up and going. You can get a version of this board that does SLI if you use two video cards. One note on the video card selection. Crossfire is a joke. It is like bolting on your 4 hp lawn mower motor onto your Harley for a little better power. Crossfire will work to take two lousy video cards and make it better. DO YOURSELF A FAVOR AND DON'T SCRIMP ON THE VIDEO CARD. IT WILL DO MORE FOR YOUR GAMING THAN THE FASTER CPU. GEFORCE GTS 250, GTX 9800, RADEON 5570 AND RADEON 5770 ARE EXCELLENT CHOICES AND LESS THAN A HUNDRED IF YOU SHOP. We put in a sweet Radeon 5770 1 gb video card for about a hundred and it pumps out the graphics big time with sweet DDR5 and a fast GPU (Graphics Processor). We went with 4gb or Kingston Blue DDR3 memory @1333 mhz. DDR3 is CHEAP these days. We installed Windows 7 Pro onto the Western Digital Green Hard Drive and the result was a very pleasing computer capable to do games, multi task, whatever. Go with Asus and AMD and you'll be getting the best value.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Richard D. Wentworth on March 13, 2011
Running my 1055t 95w version @ 3.8GHz very happy with it. Also have 5870 running for a video card. 8GB G.Skill Ripjaws memory.

The board works for me..... Gaming wise!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Pete on January 11, 2012
I personally own the m4a88td-v instead of the -m, but there isn't one here on amazon. The differences are -v is full ATX, has 128mb sideport memory for the integrated Radeon HD 4250, 2 extra pci slots, 8 pin CPU connector, sb850 southbridge (better raid options) and sata 3. Otherwise, they're identical. I bought mine in May '11 and it's my primary computer. I started 1 year earlier with a P4 and ubuntu 8.04. This board spent most of it's life so far running ubuntu 10.10, then 11.10 and a few other OS's.

Pros:
Cheap
Excellent bios that makes it really easy for newbs to overclock without starting a fire
Integrated graphics support dual monitors (extended desktop) *1*3
16gb DDR3 1333 (possibly better if you know what you're doing)
Core unlocker *2
asus tech support is top notch (I tend to 'break' stuff a lot)
usb 3.0 *3

Cons:
No sata3 -- On my full atx version, I have both sata2 and sata3 hard drives, and I do notice a mild speed difference.
dvi is dvi-i and lacks a sound explanation in the manual *1
No open usb 3.0 header (if you have a case with usb 3.0 front ports) *3
Lacks some of the raw power, snazzy features, and potential video output of high-end boards (--that cost several hundred dollars more)

Notes:
*1 The board has 3 video ports and can support extended desktop or dual monitor of multi-headed display or whatever you want to call it, provided you meet the correct conditions.
The board has 3 video ports-
-VGA-- blue plug, basic analog signal, also called D-Sub or HD15
-DVI-D-- A member of the DVI family (white plug) which does not support analog. It does support dual link DVI via a y-connector, but I haven't tested it.
-HDMI-- Performance seems to vary from OS to OS.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Martin L on October 12, 2011
I bought this motherboard and paired it with the following:

XMS 8GB DDR3
500GB WD Hard Drive
Cooler Master 500W Power Supply
Sapphire Radeon HD 6850 1GB DDR5
AMD Phenom II X4 955 CPU
Cooler Master Elite Mid Tower Case

I must say, this is quite the gaming machine! I build a computer about 5 years ago: AMD x2 3800+; 6600GT (AGP).

I haven't tried overclocking because I haven't had much time, although, I'm sure it will be great! The motherboard is rock solid! No hick-ups, and everything was SUPER EASY to install! The price went up a little bit since I bought it, but I still think it's a great buy! Not to mention, it was CrossFire!

One thing to note is the drivers: please be sure to download the drivers from their website, as the drivers that come shipped are usually outdated!

When you buy this motherboard, you won't regret it!
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