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post #11 of 51 (permalink) Old 05-29-2019, 09:22 AM
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I absolutely love this. Would like to see more out-of-the-box WC'd motherboards.
they've definitely come a long way. They didn't catch on at first because they used obscure barb sizes, n mixed metals, etc.

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I'm not a fan of excess, but that is a very pretty motherboard. They managed to make something obscenely excessive and still make it attractive, although I throw up a little in my mouth if I think about owning one.

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Looks perfect out of the box for LN2. Need to see the VRM setup under that heatsink to know for sure though. Hopefully they overbuilt it in order to take advantage of the quad 8-pin power. Would be pretty sucky if power connectors can handle 1600w but VRM can only do 500w.

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I would say "shut up and take my money" but I don't think I have enough...

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If the 28 Core is $3000, I'd probably be willing to shell out about $1,500 for a unlocked LGA 3647 14 core processor. That's not too much more than a 14 core 9940X. If AMD's mainstream 12 core processor is only $499, one way to entice users to buy Intel HEDT is to push the hexachannel memory on this platform.

I can't imagine intel being stubborn about sticking to the $3000 price range when the AMD 16 core part is going to be around $800.
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they've definitely come a long way. They didn't catch on at first because they used obscure barb sizes, n mixed metals, etc.
Yeah. One of Asus' first WC boards was an aluminum block. I couldn't believe it. "Do they not know? That's not possible." is what I asked myself.

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I'm not a fan of excess, but that is a very pretty motherboard. They managed to make something obscenely excessive and still make it attractive, although I throw up a little in my mouth if I think about owning one.
I think we like it so much cuz it doesn't have RGBHIV

omg tho... i bet the mobo will easily be over 1000, probably closer to 1500.

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I think we like it so much cuz it doesn't have RGBHIV

omg tho... i bet the mobo will easily be over 1000, probably closer to 1500.

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The Asus board is $1,800 but it has more memory slots and who knows what else. That's a big 'ol water block, I would say $1,500 as a best case scenario but who knows. I don't think it really matters how much it is considering what you have to spend to get a processor for it.

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the dominus extreme is ~$1,800US so this won't be cheap.


if i buy 6 kingpins, do i get a discount?

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although I throw up a little in my mouth if I think about owning one.
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