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I want the ASrock board please!!!!
That + i3 3225 + my GTX 470 for a gaming htpc
Intel HD4000 for HD playback and the 470 for some gaming.
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no 7.1 audio for the ASUS board?!?!?!?! FAIL FAIL FAIL mad.gif

You should try a quality DAC and a pair of KRK Rokits... It'll blow ALL the PC surround speakers out of the water... thumb.gif

I'm interested in the ASUS board, looks mighty sexy. Not worried about any particular air cooler. I had plans to put this bi--otch underwater biggrin.gif
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Asus P8H77-I
Asus P8Z77-I Deluxe
Asrock H77M-ITX
Asrock B75M-ITX
Asrock Z77E-ITX
EVGA Z77 mITX
Zotac H77ITX-a-e
Zotac Z77ITX-a-e


The only one without information is the EVGA since they haven't released anything official. None of these boards are released to the market yet.


Find one for sale and then we'll talk. With all the other 7 series boards launched almost 2 weeks ago, where are they? Just because it is listed on the site doesn't mean anyone has one. That is what is annoying to me, tantalize us with some nice pictures and specs but don't sell it. wink.gif

My patience is lacking, thats all. I wasn't serious about them not existing, just the fact that they haven't been released.
post #24 of 29
I told you. They aren't released yet. mITX boards are usually around 2-3 months after the main launch of a chipset.

This is actually fast on the normal timeline of launches. You learn to deal with mITX being delayed.
     
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I told you. They aren't released yet. mITX boards are usually around 2-3 months after the main launch of a chipset.

This is actually fast on the normal timeline of launches. You learn to deal with mITX being delayed.

Dang, and I thought I was serious about ITX boards.
post #26 of 29
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I told you. They aren't released yet. mITX boards are usually around 2-3 months after the main launch of a chipset.
This is actually fast on the normal timeline of launches. You learn to deal with mITX being delayed.

Geez I hope it isn't 2-3 months tongue.gif
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post #27 of 29
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Geez I hope it isn't 2-3 months tongue.gif

Could be longer, have you seen any AM3+ ITX out and about? I'll probably be going for the Asus when it releases, I like the VRM design they came up with. Pretty ingenious to give a real enthusiast class ITX board.
post #28 of 29
Amazon needs to hurry the hell up and get the Maximus V Gene and P8Z77-I Deluxe listed on their website. I got a mATX and a mITX build itch to scratch.
post #29 of 29
The Asrock mobo is sexeh! Black + Gold + Silver color scheme ftw
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