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post #21 of 50
seems the board is somehow an Asus Rip-off..

Military class??sounds like a joke unless they run it under a Howitzer..

i just love how they do the cards nonetheless opposite for their boards..
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I'm intrigued by this:

- 8 x PCIe 2.0 lanes (16x) each running ‘Cease Fire’ (Mix models of GPU within the configuration eg. NVIDIA GTX 480 and NVIDIA GTX 580)

Does that mean it's got the Lucid Hydra chip?
Yes.
post #23 of 50
Great looking motherboard and card, though I wonder whats the 6 pin connector near the first PCI-E slot for.
    
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post #24 of 50
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Great looking motherboard and card, though I wonder whats the 6 pin connector near the first PCI-E slot for.
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In addition to the regular 8-pin 12V connector, MSI has added a second 8-pin 12V connector and a 6-pin 12V connector near the PCI Express slots.
http://semiaccurate.com/2010/12/28/m...marshal-board/

Interesting. Maybe needs more power?
post #25 of 50
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Originally Posted by nagle3092 View Post
No it doesnt its a gimmick, militaries around the world buy in bulk from the lowest bidder for a said contract. I'm in the Army and I can tell you from personal experience that I would NEVER use any components the military bought in my personal computer. This is why I never by anything from MSI.
The best way to describe it is everything in the military (computer hardware) is like a Tough Book. A durable, specialized exterior with average joe everyday run of the mill components inside.
Its sad to see people buying into the "military class" bs some of the manufacturers put out.
Truth be told, I'm on the other side of that trade and couldn't agree more. A lot of tech and research companies still use the military rugged tech and a hardware budget to weep over : )
post #26 of 50
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There's a lot of electronic's in military hardware (Planes, tanks, heli's, etc), and obviously that has to conform to some standard. I'm assuming, this stuff is tested to that standard.

Of course it's really all just a silly gimmick, but it sounds cool.
thats the funny thing. Military hardware is the worst of the worst. 25 year old computers in the radar sysytems that tracks rockets/mortars? come on, military sucks in the technology field.
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post #27 of 50
P67 with 8 pci-e slots and two 8pin ATX connectors?

YOU MUST BE JOKING
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post #28 of 50
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2x8 pin 12V power connectors seems to be a standard amongst overclocking oriented motherboards these days. I wonder if it even helps...
post #29 of 50
they been teasing with this board since 3 month.... no release date announced iirc ...
post #30 of 50
NF200 present on the board?
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