Nabey KNN sibei chio. See liao steam man.
wah lau. yanboy making me steam arh!!!!!
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havent been really following...wats so special abt this board? can run 4x512mb @ 2-2-2-5 1T??
btw @ SLS already?
^^^ its DDR2, so 2-2-2-5@1T is not going to happen, Funkmaster!!
@Yantronic, Nice to see you have got this baby, this soon Hope you have rest of the parts too!!
Look closer at 2nd picOriginally Posted by XcoldstarX
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DOTs.. just visited Soundmax's website, no mention of 1988B .. amazing..
Nonetheless, will be an expensive motherboard..
Damn chio, but I'll be waiting for the non-SLi version...
Asus board always very nice. why the 4pin CPU connector in the middle of the board. bad implementation . I m sure that will be revision to this board.
SLS not on sale yet.
I hope their MOFETS cooler wont block big coolers nw. But judging on the first pic, the top cooler is far from the CPU HSF nw.
The 4 pin is alright to be there, u can run in thru nicely.
Not enough PCI slots again. Sigh. Would have helped if they added a PCI slot between the 2 PCI-E 16s rather than the PCI-E 4 and 1.
If using SLI with dual slot coolers, there will only be 1 PCI slot available. Have to choose between i-Ram, sound card or physics card. Can't even consider 2 i-Rams in RAID 0.
Now to wait for Gigabyte's board, since they were the ones that launched the i-Ram they better have more PCI slots on their boards.
Nice board. Sometimes i feel that it isnt because manafacturers dont listen to consumers too much but rather their limitations of designing and making a board. Some parts i guess just got to be where it is, not because they want to, but because they simply cant do anything about it at the moment.