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The P6T6 WS Revolution does 16x/16x/16x
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There are a couple more boards with the NF200 being released probably in January, such as the EVGA x58 FTW and MSI Eclipse+. Gigabyte will probably release one as well. Asus always seems to be one of the first manufacturers to come out with the newest tech.
Oh wow, last article I saw, they said it probably wouldn't make it to market, you should search the news, and if it wasnt posted already, you should definitely make that into a news article.

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I hate it SO much when companies put they're logo over the SB!!!
Actually at first, i thought it was a hologram picture on there until I saw that those "e" symbols were actually out, that might actually be useful because itll increase the surface area and could help temp's my maybe a degree or two, but then you could put a fan and that might help more.
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Actually at first, i thought it was a hologram picture on there until I saw that those "e" symbols were actually out, that might actually be useful because itll increase the surface area and could help temp's my maybe a degree or two, but then you could put a fan and that might help more.
Well it's a heatsink so there has to be fins. But instead of making the usual lines of fins close together they decided to make E's which is probably half as effective for heat, plus it looks worse IMO.
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