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Look what I found:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813132053&Tpk=rampage%20black%20edition

I can't find it on the desktop webpage, but on my Iphone it says the release date is 11/20/2013.
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Look what I found:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813132053&Tpk=rampage%20black%20edition

I can't find it on the desktop webpage, but on my Iphone it says the release date is 11/20/2013.
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$500 lol
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Originally Posted by CallsignVega View Post

Are you imply thing there is something out there that can activate the Wifi/Blutooth at the BIOS level, and then transfer malware Virus over it? Seems a bit far fetched. Especially the enabling a BIOS disabled component.

BIOS is just software and can easily be infected to override you disabling it. Not to mention that it's possible that the OS can also override that in certain circumstances. For example, I had Wake on LAN disabled in the BIOS, yet my rig would come back from sleep every 30 minutes, turns out I had to also disable the Intel Lan driver from listening to magic packets in the "Wake on LAN" settings tab, which means the OS / driver just bypasses whatever is set in the BIOS.

Also, there is a link in the article I mentioned that is relevant:

http://arstechnica.com/security/2012/06/spy-softwares-bluetooth-capabilty-allowed-stalk-of-iranian-victims/

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seems like it would be really easy to break the unit with out desoldering. Also. Would assume it can be disabled IN The bios. Its not perma on

The only way to be 100% sure is to have a mechanical switch. Everything else you just can't trust.

Software is software. Why do you think Microsoft eventually allowed the Xbox One to work with Kinect physically disconnected ? Do you think people would trust whatever setting in software would be safe ?
Edited by tpi2007 - 10/31/13 at 9:35am
 
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$500 lol
you must be new to the high and motherboard market and will likely end up being more like 550

Like I said. I don't care about the wifi this is for my home not a business. Its just as secure as any other consumer grade WiFi/hard wire.

also like I said before you can easily ripped off the case and destroy the wifi card. poor people putting this in their offices which I doubt there are many of its not so great
Edited by skupples - 10/31/13 at 9:32am
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Look what I found:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813132053&Tpk=rampage%20black%20edition

I can't find it on the desktop webpage, but on my Iphone it says the release date is 11/20/2013.

Thank you!

Auto-notify - yep
$510.00 set aside - yep (well, after this week's direct deposit hits the bank tonight it will be).

"on my Iphone it says the release date is 11/20/2013"sad-smiley-002.gif

I'm so hoping it won't be that long, but if so no biggie for me as I still have the cpu & ram to finish saving up for in any case. Unless something unforseen comes up I should have just about everything right around then.
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Originally Posted by skupples View Post

you must be new to the high and motherboard market and will likely end up being more like 550

Like I said. I don't care about the wifi this is for my home not a business. Its just as secure as any other consumer grade WiFi/hard wire.

RIVE is ~$420 and the X79 Dark is $400, don't see why some black paint warrants ASUS an extra $100.
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Originally Posted by Jack Mac View Post

RIVE is ~$420 and the X79 Dark is $400, don't see why some black paint warrants ASUS an extra $100.

Well i'm sure it's not the black paint but the APPL i mean ASUS logo that warrants it........
Edited by 6steven9 - 10/31/13 at 9:38am
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Originally Posted by Jack Mac View Post

RIVE is ~$420 and the X79 Dark is $400, don't see why some black paint warrants ASUS an extra $100.

Thats ez. Then don't buy it. More for us. If u ask Asus they will tell you its because they spent 5x the man hours on it. New Simms vrm. Ivy e.. blah blah.
Edited by skupples - 10/31/13 at 9:40am
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man the 20th sucks but at least we have a pretty solid release date now. There was a pre-order button but everytime I click on it I get an error message. That's why I didn't preorder from ncix. I always here stories about them charging for the product and then people still having to wait forever. If they already charged people and they don't get stock until the 20th that's not cool.
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