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Am i the only one that thinks the heatsink is stupidbig?
I agree with you on that. Overkill.
    
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At least it's not to CRAYOLA Crayons colored, lol. I'll stick to my Gigabyte P35-DS3L.

My questions are:
1. If these are the last sockets to support 775 chips we only have Wolfdale's that are 1333mhz.
2. So is there really a need to support 1600mhz if Intel is not making them?
3. Are the Nehalems going to be 1600mhz but require a whole new board then?

Thanks.
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Is there a projected price for these boards yet or not? In other words, is there going to be a $90 model at launch.
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this baord is gonna be sweat!!!!
    
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Am i the only one that thinks the heatsink is stupidbig?
Least you know the NB will be cool without having to buy aftermarket for it!
    
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At least it's not to CRAYOLA Crayons colored, lol. I'll stick to my Gigabyte P35-DS3L.

My questions are:
1. If these are the last sockets to support 775 chips we only have Wolfdale's that are 1333mhz.
2. So is there really a need to support 1600mhz if Intel is not making them?
3. Are the Nehalems going to be 1600mhz but require a whole new board then?

Thanks.
The QX9770 is a 1600FSB CPU. Also, what's to say Intel doesn't release other 1600 FSB Wolfdale's?
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The QX9770 is a 1600FSB CPU. Also, what's to say Intel doesn't release other 1600 FSB Wolfdale's?
Alright I'm not dropping $1m500 for that processor even though I could but def can't justify that.

Hopefully they do release some wolfdales that are 1600mhz.
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Gigabyte > Asus.
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