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Flagship ha, just wait till the classified comes out!
because the classified has.... a 90 degree 24 pin? That is about all the ingenuity I spotted on their spec list.
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Ahh I c, I know newegg will have them next monday.

I'm just wondering how everyone/ if anyone likes theirs LOL. The UEFI Bios looks so simple and nice.
Yeah I might end up going with newegg but tax kills it.

Maybe all these people got them through connections or they bought it last week through newegg when it was in stock.
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Flagship ha, just wait till the classified comes out!
your right!

The classified will further solidify the MIVE as the top tier board.

w/o shamino, i would never buy an eVGA board
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your right!

The classified will further solidify the MIVE as the top tier board.

w/o shamino, i would never buy an eVGA board

this. i agree 100%
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because the classified has.... a 90 degree 24 pin? That is about all the ingenuity I spotted on their spec list.
Other things I notice on that board are the useless x1 slot put in a position where no sound card or anything will fit and the 4-pin molex all the way in the middle of the board.
Reflex is right...without Peter Tan they've lost quite a bit.
I'd speculate the Maximus will be the top board for awhile.
    
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Hey james, so the GPUs are 16x 16x correct? I just need confirmation before i set my mind on this or the WS Revolution.
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Other things I notice on that board are the useless x1 slot put in a position where no sound card or anything will fit and the 4-pin molex all the way in the middle of the board.
Reflex is right...without Peter Tan they've lost quite a bit.
I'd speculate the Maximus will be the top board for awhile.
and the UD7...ill give it to gigabyte, they created a damn good board.
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Other things I notice on that board are the useless x1 slot put in a position where no sound card or anything will fit and the 4-pin molex all the way in the middle of the board.
Reflex is right...without Peter Tan they've lost quite a bit.
I'd speculate the Maximus will be the top board for awhile.
In its defense, it does have 6 other PCIe slots.

and most boards put the molex there

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Hey james, so the GPUs are 16x 16x correct? I just need confirmation before i set my mind on this or the WS Revolution.
Why do you want 16x16x (NF200)? You would get more performance from the native 8x8x

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and the UD7...ill give it to gigabyte, they created a damn good board.
I still like the UD7 better than the MIVE. seems less......gimicky
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Why do you want 16x16x (NF200)? You would get more performance from the native 8x8x
Because without the NF200 I would have a very serious bottleneck with my setup. 2 GTX 580, GTS 450, and sound card. I'm not even sure if it's possible to use all 4 cards without the NF200
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ok, in that situation you can, but only becuase you have a sound card.


If you just had the 450+2x580s i would still go with the native 8x8x
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