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[SH] Final GIGABYTE X79 Boards with Digital PWM's Pictured!

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It seems that GIGABYTE has done a final revision change on their whole X79 lineup, as the boards we saw at IDF 2011 are not going to be those sold in stores, the presentation below showcases the new boards as well as some new technology. GIGABYTE calls it 3-Way Digital Power, 1 CPU Digital PWM, and 2 Memory Digital PWMs.

Lots more pics in the source







EDIT:
more pics!




Edited by mjl4878 - 10/25/11 at 9:14am
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Still gonna wait on my ROG
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Is it just me, or is that UD5 very tempting?
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Dat UD7.

And that, EVGA, is how you do power phases.
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What's with the rear port set on the UD7? They sliced off a crapload compared to the UD5...

Also noticed the SATA sets are EXACTLY what I expected them to be based on the rumor. Again I wonder where the ports all went on the eVGA boards (except the SR3).
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UD5 still looks great. Looks like they all use the standard 4 SATA 2, 2 SATA 3 arrangement, plus any extras from external controllers.
    
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So far, Gigabyte and MSI have my favorite looking x79 boards. Everything else has been somewhat iffy at best...

Edit: Except that Sniper. That thing just fills me with nerd rage.
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post #8 of 106
Anyone have any insight as to what pricing is going to look like?
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Why is the UD5 the only one with 8 DIMMs? I thought about waiting for these but I'm glad I grabbed the Sandy Bridge when I did.
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^^thats exactly what I wanted to ask. I think maybe the UD 5 and 7 have been reverse named..
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