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I can see my local retailer listing the M3 but its not in stock yet.

http://www.centrecom.com.au/catalog/gigabyte-g1sniper-intel-mainboard-1155-p-57436.html
    
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http://www.amazon.com/Gigabyte-CrossFireX-NVIDIA-Motherboard-G1-SNIPER/dp/B007R21KAI/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1334278447&sr=8-1

I guess this is more of a pre-order. Out of stock, as in, never in stock. Only $289.99.
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http://www.amazon.com/Gigabyte-CrossFireX-NVIDIA-Motherboard-G1-SNIPER/dp/B007R21KAI/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1334278447&sr=8-1
I guess this is more of a pre-order. Out of stock, as in, never in stock. Only $289.99.

Wow, at that price I would have definitely picked it up. Too bad I sold my 2600k already.
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That is the m-ATX version.
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Wow, at that price I would have definitely picked it up. Too bad I sold my 2600k already.

If this goes final when it becomes available I really couldn't justify spending $40 more for the EVGA FTW. I'd just get the Sniper. We shall see if Amazon jacks up the price when it goes in stock.
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That is the m-ATX version.
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Wow, at that price I would have definitely picked it up. Too bad I sold my 2600k already.
If this goes final when it becomes available I really couldn't justify spending $40 more for the EVGA FTW. I'd just get the Sniper. We shall see if Amazon jacks up the price when it goes in stock.

Looks like Asrock will need to price their Extreme9 z77 under this (and the Fatal1ty X79).
post #147 of 201
Gigabyte has some of the best bang for the buck this time around. I hope they keep this trend up.
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price of this board is like $303 according to legit reviews.


 

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NO it isn't..  not when u can't buy it anywhere..

 

Companies should even advertise their products, unless we can actually buy them. How long ago did Cooler Master announce their new CPU Water Cooler, & how about that tT level-10 M mouse..?  Can't buy that either..

 

 

What is the point of standing up in the world and announcing anything, if there isn't a tangible product that people can buy, or u to sell to them?

 

 

 

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Looks like Asrock will need to price their Extreme9 z77 under this (and the Fatal1ty X79).

Yup. I'm guessing the Extreme9 will be closer to $250 now. biggrin.gif
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my retail M3 and Sniper 3 came in, SNiepr 3 came yesterday I think and M3 came friday. The M3 is really cute, good OCer under Ln2 too(surprisingly) I thought it would hinder OC with only a 4-pin connector, but it seems that the 4 pin is more than enough, i can run wprime1024 at 6.1ghz or so all day lol.

Review will be up late tonight or tomorrow.

However to clear some things up with guys who read that it said ATX-XL if you guys are wondering they have changed from ATX-XL to eATX: http://www.gigabyte.us/products/product-page.aspx?pid=4169#sp

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