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Have no idea why they used white tabs for the DIMM slots. Sticks out like a sore thumb. I am really surprised that they didn't release a black version though. I think they would have sold quite a bit.

I just don't get why they do this...
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Not that I can recall. I was watching for a while, but not at the very beginning with the release of the 6 core chips. I was looking almost every day though, after the 3820 dropped. Wound up getting my CPU at MC, and the board at Amazon, because they will usually take anything back, even if there are bent pins. This is precisely why I don't get motherboards at newegg.

Thanks, I was a little unsure if MIcrocenter would offer anything due to these being of interest to a small niche. Also thanks for the Amazon suggestion, that is good to know.
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I have the same board and chip as you do, what kind of memory are running. I see 16GB Corsair Dominator Platinum 2133 and
I thought that this board and chip would not support this memory. I would love to run this memory, how are you doing?

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I'm just hoping that Gigabyte doesn't release a really really really awesome G1 Assassin board until Haswell-E. Because that's my next planned upgrade.

X79 refresh better bring some features like we see on Z77 and 87 boards

I have the same board and chip as you do, what kind of memory are running. I see 16GB Corsair Dominator Platinum 2133 and
I thought that this board and chip would not support this memory. I would love to run this memory, how are you doing?

Thanks
Lori
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= insta buy

You would think all black would be actually cheaper to manufacture too... biggrin.gif
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