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Originally Posted by CyberDruid View Post
http://www.asus.com/news_show.aspx?id=10137

Check it out...looks like a great alternative to the Skully in a much smaller FF.

Nice layout...

http://pc.watch.impress.co.jp/docs/2...26/asustek.htm
More info

The CPUs are very close together If you're watercooling the thing it won't be a problem though!
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yea that asus board looks nice but no SLI support
The Asus Board has SLI and CF just like the SkullTrail.
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The ASUS board isn't using standard 100mm mounts. Though I bet it wouldn't take much to custom make a mount.
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yea that asus board looks nice but no SLI support
That is not what I heard. On XS there was a post claiming SLI and CF support.

@ Reaper: Can you imagine a pair of TRUE you'd only be able to mount a fan on each one: they'd be intermeshed....

@ Mootsfox...yeah with guys like Martin and Ian on the forum that's a non issue
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double post...delete me..aghhh
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That is not what I heard. On XS there was a post claiming SLI and CF support.
I really dobut Asus would make a higher end mobo like this with no SLI. It sure is capable of having SLI.
    
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A 771 cooler for server overclockers....

http://www.thermalright.com/new_a_pa...ler_hr01x.html

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A 771 cooler for server overclockers....

http://www.thermalright.com/new_a_pa...ler_hr01x.html

That's actually very attractive.

I am kind of glad I did not hear about this before I went ST or I may never have made the plunge...it looks great too: I love the black PCB and red accents...
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let me find the site that said that it didnt. i remember reading it somewhere

here it is http://www.hothardware.com/News/Asus...rd_Sneak_Peek/

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The dual x16 PEG slots are a differentiating factor for the Z7S WS because Intel’s D5400XS only supports PCI Express 1.1. The D5400XS, however, is outfitted with NVIDIA PCI Express switches which enable SLI, something the Z7S WS lacks.
    
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Well it's not often there are conflicting reports about a basic feature like that. Thanks for the heads up..I will do some more research.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by CyberDruid View Post
http://www.asus.com/news_show.aspx?id=10137

Check it out...looks like a great alternative to the Skully in a much smaller FF.

Nice layout...

http://pc.watch.impress.co.jp/docs/2...26/asustek.htm
More info

That's sexy. Better get extensions if you have a bottom PSU case. What's that really big PCI slot? Something new?
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