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Gigabyte GA-X58A-OC adrianlee Feb 20th, 11, 07:43 AM #1



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This is a nice shot of the OC PEG (PCI Express Graphics) and OC-Touch features on the X58A-OC. The two SATA power in connectors on either side of the SATA ports can be fed power from a 2nd and 3rd PSU if need be - just found a use for that old 400W PSU that's been lying around.

We’ve created a facebook photo album for the X58A-OC and will upload more pictures as our design team prepares them.

I was just commenting to a friend this morning that we’re in a pretty happy place at GIGABYTE at the moment; I don’t remember a time when we’ve had so many unique products all at once (referring to the G1-Killer, X58A-OC and P67A-UD7 boards).
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lennardseah Feb 20th, 11, 11:40 AM #2
why didn't they remove the audio codec altogether since they already minus many USB
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lennardseah Feb 20th, 11, 05:06 PM #3
tux has also published a review:

GIGABYTE GA-X58A-OC Overclocking Features Preview - VR-Zone.com
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