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Where's that list of Z68 boards?
Don't have the list but this is the one I am likely to get

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Where's that list of Z68 boards?
I'm eagerly waiting the main manufacturers to list Z68 board specifications, for a major overhaul of this thread.

Stay tuned!
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Don't have the list but this is the one I am likely to get

http://translate.google.com/translat...ogle.com&twu=1
Looks nice, except for the fact that it doesn't seem like it's set up for Tri-SLI, no? I'd pick that up in a heartbeat if it supported it. Though I do wish it had a single PS/2 port too, for my XArmor

I was hoping to go with Gigabyte, but it looks like their high end boards won't have the video ports
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Looks nice, except for the fact that it doesn't seem like it's set up for Tri-SLI, no? I'd pick that up in a heartbeat if it supported it. Though I do wish it had a single PS/2 port too, for my XArmor

I was hoping to go with Gigabyte, but it looks like their high end boards won't have the video ports
Agree on Giga...haven't seen any that have the ports. Asrock has one with ports


This positioning in the high-end market, Z68 motherboard, motherboard capacitors using Japanese solid state capacitors, part of the overall use of materials is quite good, with 8 + 4-phase power supply design, MOS large area are also to be inhibited heat pipe heat sink load MOS Temperature,
CPU-side 12V input use 8PIN, and to provide fan power terminals 6 groups (group 2 PWM, 4 group of small 3PIN) motherboard to provide 4 SATA3 (native), group 2 SATA2, also the overall color dark blue color with quite a high-end products texture,
DESIGNED IN TAIPEI is a good design.
Edited by dennyb - 5/3/11 at 6:19pm
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Nice, but still, same issues with supporting Tri-SLI. Maybe the real high end boards haven't leaked yet? I couldn't imaging Asus not having a Tri-SLI board
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Nice, but still, same issues with supporting Tri-SLI. Maybe the real high end boards haven't leaked yet? I couldn't imaging Asus not having a Tri-SLI board
To be honest, I really don't see a reason to get Z68 over P67.

All its extra features are virtually worthless, it's not out yet and it's likely going to be more expensive.
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Will this help? http://www.asrock.com/microsite/Inte...x.asp?c=Models
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To be honest, I really don't see a reason to get Z68 over P67.

All its extra features are virtually worthless, it's not out yet and it's likely going to be more expensive.
Maybe to you, but I'll use everyone of it's features

-I'll use the onboard video to power save my (hopefully) Tri-SLI system

-I'll use the SSD caching, because I don't want to waste $300 on a small SSD

-I'll use QuickSync to transcode HD videos that my Nook can't handle for when I travel, which is quote often
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^^^^What he said^^^ and us non gamers who like to overclock for the fun of it. Plus I think my 4830 is dying and I don't want another GPU if I can get around it and yeah caching for a future SSD is good as well....I can easily get by with a 60/64 gb SSD as my entire OS and all installed apps only total 30gb
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Maybe to you, but I'll use everyone of it's features
No, I think we have parallel needs.

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-I'll use the onboard video to power save my (hopefully) Tri-SLI system
So you're going to switch the DVI/HDMI cable every time you want to save power?

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-I'll use the SSD caching, because I don't want to waste $300 on a small SSD
That's a mistake.

SSD Caching only works with SSDs smaller than or equal to 32GB.

But the market price for SSDs is leveled.

You'd still have to spend ~100$ for such an SSD.. and if so, you might as well spend a little more and buy a 64GB module, which is well enough to run your OS and any program or small files.

And large files wouldn't work with SSD Caching anyway.

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-I'll use QuickSync to transcode HD videos that my Nook can't handle for when I travel, which is quote often
Why would you use QuickSync when you have a Triple-SLi setup?

That's like using a push-mower when you have a gas-powered lawn-mower.
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