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Ivybridge-E micro-atx board suggestions

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So I'm on the fence if I'll build another full tower setup or a Mixro ATX setup. If I don't go full tower I was thinking about going with the Corsair 350D, Dominator Platinum Ram, i7-4930K but I'll likely be waiting for Maxwell cards to come out and using my 680 until that time. I was thinking of going with the Rampage IV Gene but was kinda hoping that Asus might release an updated version once IB-E is out.
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Wait until the processors come out and see if they release new boards. I have built with the rampage gene and I can say that it is a great board. Only problem was the lack of included wi-fi. I believe they will release new boards. They did with z68 to z77. x79 to x99 (This is wrong. I meant to say Ivy-E) should be no different.

Edit: X99 is Haswell-E ignore that please. My point still applies
Edited by TheMasterNoob - 8/27/13 at 2:43pm
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Wait until the processors come out and see if they release new boards. I have built with the rampage gene and I can say that it is a great board. Only problem was the lack of included wi-fi. I believe they will release new boards. They did with z68 to z77. x79 to x99 should be no different.

Sounds good, I hope it's good!
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Not micro-atx, but that's besides the point. Point is, new motherboards are on the way: http://wccftech.com/asus-x79-deluxe-highend-motherboard-ivy-bridgee-processors-unveiled/
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