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does anyone ever wonder is comapnies put extra PCI-e slots on a board just so the uninformed customer sees the extra slots and assumes its better ? Even if they aren't placed in a practical place...
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yes i am sure its a conspiracy against the man, maybe the mobo companies assassinated Kennedy too? To drop prices for exports, you know zoolander style.
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post #73 of 90
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Originally Posted by hednik View Post

does anyone ever wonder is comapnies put extra PCI-e slots on a board just so the uninformed customer sees the extra slots and assumes its better ? Even if they aren't placed in a practical place...

There isn't one particular slot placement that will satisfy everybody. Even if they put all x16 slots in there, people will cry until the cows come home about the electrical slot width of each slot. Even if there were 20 slots and all ran at x16 PCIe 4 with no bridge chips or anything, people would still complain because "it's overkill" and "nobody's ever going to need this."
    
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2005 called, they want their VGA ports back thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif
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2005 called, they want their VGA ports back thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif

I use VGA, there is a reason all the GPU ports are being put on to these boards, ASUS is doing same, anyone who isn't is missing out.
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I use VGA, there is a reason all the GPU ports are being put on to these boards, ASUS is doing same, anyone who isn't is missing out.

How hard is it to use a DVI > VGA adapter? VGA ports have such little functionality compared to a DVI port.
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dual-link DVI ports I believe do not support standard adapters, and there is a reason there are so many ports mate. What is the big deal? Why do people complain about features that exist? do you have nothing else to complain about? If your board sits in a case you wont even see the blue.
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What is the Memory Standard on this boards ?
    
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they look ugly compared to z68 frown.gif
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