Sapphire Pure Platinum A75
Onboard power, reset, clear CMOS button.
LED error readout.
Offers good CPU performance.
Includes USB 3.0 bracket.
82 power phase.
Low profile heatsink.
Good clearance around the CPU socket.
Front Panel USB 3.0 (With included adapter).
Mini PCIE Slot.
Dual BIOS Switch.
Mini PCIE may have limited usage.
By Expert Reviews on February 28, 2012
It has all the right features, but we were disappointed by its performance in our benchmark tests...60
By Neoseeker on November 28, 2011
Sapphire has cooked up a great board for the AMD APUs. Hardware wise, the Pure Platinum A75 has many features that really makes it stand out of the crowd. Most importantly, it has a full-length mini-PCIe slot that can accommodate a wireless card or...-
By Bit-tech.net on November 07, 2011
The Sapphire Pure Platinum A75 is a solid motherboard that overclocks well and is quick at stock speeds. Unfortunately, it's also peppered with arguably pointless premium features that few people looking at an FM1 system will need or want. While...72
By Overclockers Club on October 13, 2011
Llano processors probably won't be seen in a multitude of gaming computers, especially with the upcoming release of the new Intel chips, and the freshly released Bulldozer. However, from the performance we've seen offered by it, the chip can...-
By Bjorn3D on October 03, 2011
For what it is designed for, the Sapphire Pure Platinum A75 is a solid nice mainstream board with a little extra bling that makes it stand out among the competition. The overall design for the board is nice with a few minor issues such as the SATA...85
By Pureoverclock on September 19, 2011
Sapphire may be somewhat new in the motherboard business but by far this is not their first venture. The Sapphire Pure Platinum A75 motherboard exceeded our expectations from the get go. From the handsome monochromatic colour scheme to the...-
By TechRadar on September 19, 2011
Sapphire creates a huge amount of graphics cards for AMD, and now it's ramping up the motherboard side of the business with the its Pure Platinum A75. While AMD has been leading the way in graphics technology and stirring up all sections of the...80
By Computeractive on September 15, 2011
A well-built board with a good feature list – a good match for AMD's new A-series APUs...80
By Phoronix on September 05, 2011
Sapphire Technology may not be the most well known vendor of motherboards (the A75 Pure Platinum, for example is their only Hudson-D3-based product at the moment) or have the same popularity as their graphics cards at the moment, but the Pure...80
By LanOC Reviews on August 24, 2011
and FVAfter taking a look at both AMD’s A-Series APU and Sapphire’s PURE Platinum A75 motherboard I have a newfound excitement with both AMD’s mainstream offers and what they will bring to the table with their performance line-up....80