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ASUS is introducing three new motherboards for the AMD platform at this year’s CeBIT - the M3N-HT Deluxe/Mempipe, the M3A32-MVP Deluxe/WiFi-AP and the Crosshair II Formula. All three boards use socket AM2+.
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is that a northbridge i see or am I just crazy
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Cool!
Makes sense that they did the 3xpcie instead of 4, since I doubt people
are going tobuy 4x3870's when they could just get a 3870x2 and one or 2 more cards.
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Wow built in Ram sinks, that is def something new.
    
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Wow built in Ram sinks, that is def something new.
Actually, I believe those are built-in RAM as well so no upgrading. At least is what happened on one of the older motherboards.
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Those look pretty sick.
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Actually, I believe those are built-in RAM as well so no upgrading. At least is what happened on one of the older motherboards.
Its a removable RAMSink, they did it with the M3A32-MVP Deluxe WIFI.

Im pretty sure its not built in RAM.
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Actually, I believe those are built-in RAM as well so no upgrading. At least is what happened on one of the older motherboards.
I think you are right DuckieHo, those look like an older concept board ASUS had out last year with the ram built-in. That would turn be off from a motherboard so quick!

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Asustek’s P5K3 Premium/WiFi-AP mainboard comes with two 1GB of PC3-10666 (1333MHz) memory modules already installed onboard and covered with high-performance heat-spreaders. Even though onboard DDR3 memory works at default 1066MHz, Asus guarantees that the memory can be overclocked to 1500MHz and higher, however, the company does not name the supplier of the modules or their latency as well as voltage settings.

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Its a removable RAMSink, they did it with the M3A32-MVP Deluxe WIFI.

Im pretty sure its not built in RAM.
That would be a much better product, what a relief!
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post #9 of 10
Finally AMD gets the same gimmicky nonsense that Asus has been delivering to Intel!! "woo-hoo".

I don't understand why while the SB700 is pin compatible with the SB600 and already present in the 780G based motherboards why it didn't work it's way up the chain into the 'enthusiast' platforms.
    
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post #10 of 10
the RAM isnt built into the board, guys. ive seen this one before without ram. even the ram cooling thingey can be taken off.
note the thumbscrews?
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