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The strangest thing about this article is that I see nowhere they say this is a socket 775 board. Is this socket 775?
Edit: This is serious consideration for my next mobo.
Of course it's LGA 775...


The board is not green. It's just what DFI does with the pre-release pictures for whatever reason. It will be black and orange/yellow, just like every other Lanparty board ever ade.
post #12 of 14
what seems strange to me is the placement of the external chipset cooling, the air that comes out of the psu is rather warm. it would have been a better choice to get it in front of the exhaust fan from the case, that air is slightly cooler. and that cooler wont work for people who have the psu mounted on the bottom of their case (antec 900, etc.). the idea is amazing but could have been better thought out in my opinion
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what seems strange to me is the placement of the external chipset cooling, the air that comes out of the psu is rather warm. it would have been a better choice to get it in front of the exhaust fan from the case, that air is slightly cooler. and that cooler wont work for people who have the psu mounted on the bottom of their case (antec 900, etc.). the idea is amazing but could have been better thought out in my opinion
For those that have a psu on the bottom, I think we all have an old pentium 1 cooler arround
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what seems strange to me is the placement of the external chipset cooling, the air that comes out of the psu is rather warm. it would have been a better choice to get it in front of the exhaust fan from the case, that air is slightly cooler. and that cooler wont work for people who have the psu mounted on the bottom of their case (antec 900, etc.). the idea is amazing but could have been better thought out in my opinion
The heatpipe would have to be the first thing torn off just like I did my old A8N32-Sli Deluxe.
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