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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-16-2019, 07:32 AM - Thread Starter
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[azpc.vn] - ASUS Pro WS C621-64L SAGE Introduced

Source: https://azpc.vn/asus-da-chinh-thuc-b...c621-64l-sage/
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oh boy, I can't wait to migrate my office to the ASUS help desk solution! XD

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I really hope motherboard manufacturers put this much effort into Threadripper/Epyc solutions. The list of potential customers for LGA-3647 has to be incredibly small at this point.

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Oof, there really can't be much of a market for this.

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Who is crazy enough to trust ANY Asus software.....they have be proven time and time gain to be the most unreliable software developers in the world...

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Quote: Originally Posted by technodanvan View Post
I really hope motherboard manufacturers put this much effort into Threadripper/Epyc solutions. The list of potential customers for LGA-3647 has to be incredibly small at this point.
Maybe ASUS knows something we don't? Perhaps we will see Intel put LGA 3647 up against Threadripper later this year?
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