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post #11 of 18
LOL mr. suspicious here...jesus. he wasnt trying to sell anything. dont flame the guy just because he has a motherboard that aint out yet and you didnt know about.
post #12 of 18
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The card you see is a sound card. NamelessMC, of course I don't have these two motherboards. If you have not heard of them, they must not exist, right? The 650i Infinity is unreleased and I have pictures to prove it is in my possession. I work with DFI testing their products. When I am finished the testing, I will be selling it. Chozart has already talked to me about my sig and as long as it is 8 lines max it is fine. Now, MC, why don't you worry about yourself and leave the moderating to the moderators.

As for the rest of you, is there anything else you would like to know about this board?
how much will this board sell for? what is the overclocking potential?
post #13 of 18
Yeah I saw over at vrzone that this thing oc's ram like mad and can do it on most of the dividers. Is this at all true because I have scene other people with it that are having a hard time doing any better then the first 680I boards that came out.
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how much will this board sell for? what is the overclocking potential?
It has incredible OCing and it sells for $300 on newegg. The Infinity Dark is not released so I do not know about pricing. It does overclock quite nicely. Expect very big reviews from me for both boards.
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post #15 of 18
And by the way these have been out for a little while, several people have them including a few on this forum I believe, http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813136035

Oh I thought they were talking about the 680 not the 650 Oh well heres a link anyways
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post #16 of 18
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Yeah I saw over at vrzone that this thing oc's ram like mad and can do it on most of the dividers. Is this at all true because I have scene other people with it that are having a hard time doing any better then the first 680I boards that came out.
Yes and no. The original BIOS sucked for RAM OCing but their latest BIOS has proven to fix that for me at least.
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post #17 of 18
tell me how that 650i comes out, im pretty impressed with my own
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Will do!
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