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post #41 of 93
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Wait for the ROG version. Will look killer.

16x across all lanes???!!! WOOT! thumb.gif

i doubt there would be an ROG variant of this. ROG never really steps into the WS domain, only the extreme overclocking Enthusiast. also there are usually only a max of 2 ROG boards for a CPU line in a gen (2 for sandy, 2 for bulldozer, 2 for SB-E etc) and all of the WS class boards that came out never had an ROG variant, only maybe a bit tweaked or improved version.
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post #42 of 93
Dual Gigabit ethernet?! That shiz I like.
Dual PLX chips, ASRock Extreme11, anyone? Well, atleast this doesn't have that screamy little fan. mad.gif
post #43 of 93
I like the look of the board. Clean, simple, gets the job done look about it.
post #44 of 93
I'm rockin a P6X58D-E, these series of boards are amazing quality. Wish I could have this instead haha.
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post #45 of 93
Really nice looking board but meep if I'm going to get a WS board it'll be a 2P.
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post #46 of 93
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16GB DDR3 DIMMs will probably always be registered memory.

Why?

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(essentially never going to happen frown.gif )

Why?
post #47 of 93
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Originally Posted by Mighty Customer View Post

Why?
Why?

Typical users of 16GB Dims are not using them for desktops, mostly servers(which use ECC & Registered Ram).
Edited by sherlock - 4/2/13 at 1:31pm
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post #48 of 93
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I think this one looks great. Simple color scheme, no empty spaces on the board at all, proper heatsinks with proper fins etc.

^^^...very true... This looks nice but 'neutral'....owning two ROG 'Extreme' products (MVE, RIVE), they are nice, too, but lock you into a colour scheme right away.
post #49 of 93
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Typical users of 16GB Dims are not using them for desktops, mostly servers(which use ECC & Registered Ram).

well currently at least, chances are we may see unregistered 16GB dimms for ddr4 in larger volumes
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post #50 of 93
Would love to see benchmarks of this mb with 4 Titans against RIVE.
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