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OC3D Preview of the Z77 G1 Sniper M3

OC3D Preview of the Z77X-UD5H

Not much information since they're under NDA, but some very juicy PCB shots. Playing "spot-the-features" is good fun.

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Edit 2: Clarity

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thanks for fixing it. . .

edit: thanks for fixing the links

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Repost

http://www.overclock.net/t/1227039/various-manufacturers-update-websites-with-z77-boards

They've been up for awhile now. smile.gif

None of those contain a 1-hour-old hands-on video to the best of my knowledge.

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Those blue heatsinks... eww :|


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Those blue heatsinks... eww :|

Better than gold like I have on my P965-DS3. I think their shape is uglier than the actual color to be honest.

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None of those contain a 1-hour-old hands-on video to the best of my knowledge.


Ah, okay. Thanks. I thought they were links to the boards themselves on the manufacturer page.


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Better than gold like I have on my P965-DS3. I think their shape is uglier than the actual color to be honest.

The black ones on the Z68 and P67 boards were way better looking than these, just my opinion.


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Ah, okay. Thanks. I thought they were links to the boards themselves on the manufacturer page.

No problem. I guess I could have made that more clear in the links, I think I'll fix that.

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The black ones on the Z68 and P67 boards were way better looking than these, just my opinion.

That I will definitely not argue. The new G1 board actually looks pretty nice now though. No overly gaudy heatsink, just a nice black with green text. I could actually see myself having this board and not feeling embarrassed.

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