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I haven't seen any reviews on it, I don't know if it has UEFI or anything in terms of BIOS, but it looks sharp.
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Looks like a MSI or Sapphire board (in terms of color scheme)- typically Intel boards have limited overclocking, and they don't usually get into things like UEFI bios...
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Originally Posted by appleg33k85 View Post
Looks like a MSI or Sapphire board (in terms of color scheme)- typically Intel boards have limited overclocking, and they don't usually get into things like UEFI bios...


As the title says: Anyone try it out?
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I don't know if it has UEFI or anything in terms of BIOS

Hi--

yes, it does.

And, it has some overclocking features, being an "Extreme Desktop" board.

You can download the owner's manual:

http://downloadmirror.intel.com/2024...uctGuide02.pdf

Gives a lot of info.

It appears you can overclock:

http://downloadmirror.intel.com/2024...ProdSpec02.pdf

Note: I do not have one of these yet, but I am looking at it for a gaming build. It is a bit expensive right now, and I may go with something more economical.

I do like that it has a real Intel LAN chip on board--Asus does that too though. (They just seem to always work really well.)
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I don't know if it has UEFI or anything in terms of BIOS

Hi--

yes, it does.

And, it has some overclocking features, being an "Extreme Desktop" board.

You can download the owner's manual:

http://downloadmirror.intel.com/2024...uctGuide02.pdf

Gives a lot of info.

It appears you can overclock:

http://downloadmirror.intel.com/2024...ProdSpec02.pdf

Note: I do not have one of these yet, but I am looking at it for a gaming build. It is a bit expensive right now, and I may go with something more economical.

I do like that it has a real Intel LAN chip on board--Asus does that too though. (They just seem to always work really well.)
I know the ROG has them, I doubt I would notice any difference with with the intel lan chip or not however I still think the board looks real nice. One thing I noticed it says its made in China, meh I like to support Taiwanese companies. Otherwise I'd say this is a sweet looking board. Tell me how it does if you pick it up.
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Any updates on this motherboard? Trying to do a little research for my next build and newegg currently has a pretty good combo deal going on with this included.
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