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(From Xfastest.com)
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Originally Posted by Du-z View Post
you also forgot to link the source mate.
Here's link, http://www.xfastest.com/viewthread.php?tid=37501
hope you don't have problem reading Chinese, or just google them.


The new GA-X58A UDP7, added two NF200, looks like no NB WB anymore, CPU now has dual 8 Pin




Edited by axerlzx - 3/3/10 at 9:16am
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post #2 of 22
That is one of the ugliest boards I've ever seen.
post #3 of 22
Whys that? thats just a display model, i can garentee they will change the HS, it doesnt even have one on the phases.

you also forgot to link the source mate.
post #4 of 22
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That is one of the ugliest boards I've ever seen.
Indeed, colours look 'dirty' like the white looks like a faded scuffy white.....
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Indeed, colours look 'dirty' like the white looks like a faded scuffy white.....
That's the lighting in the room, look at the color of the pci-e slots blue in the first picture compared to that of later closer pictures. Or how the white levers on the pci-e slots look the same off-white, but in later pics they are white. It's just a bad lighting scenario.
     
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What controller does it use for the additional SATA ports?
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Gigabyte fails at X58 boards. Sorry.
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What controller does it use for the additional SATA ports?
Clearly in the first pic, Marvell SE9128
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post #9 of 22
I'd rather get the Classy x4 over this. I still cant believe gigabyte use such a poor PWM system on thier high end boards espically ones that cost this much, and I won't ever buy a high end gigabyte board while they do
    
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Can we get someone who reads Traditional Mandarin in here?
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