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    Default ASUS ROG Crosshair V Formula Motherboard Unveiled


    Details of the motherboard were already leaked, It features the AMD 990FX +SB950 chipset which will support the AMDs upcoming Bulldozer based Zambezi-FX Processors. Powered by a 8+2 phase (Digi+) VRM area which is cooled down by a large heatsink connected via heatpipe to transfer heat for better thermal designs. The motherboard as seen comes with 4 PCi-e x16 slots running at (16x/16x @ Dual Mode) (16x/8x/8x @ Triple Mode) while one PCI-e slots runs at x4 mode allowing Quad-Way SLI/Crossfire for Nvidia/AMD GPUs. A conventional PCI Slot is also added.
    http://wccftech.com/2011/05/24/asus-...oard-unveiled/

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    nice product =)
    love it

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    Fatty, the review has been up for over a week at PureOC!

    http://www.pureoverclock.com/article1292.html


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    I havent even considered an AMD chip since the Operton Dual Core 185 and Socket 939. I had a really high end Asus A8N32-SLI Deluxe. Then came XP SP3. Trying to install the SP3 put my computer into a never ending loop on reboot. From that day on I said I would never buy an AMD product or chipset again, but now I am reconsidering, but before I do anything, I want to see and own a new X-79 and put my 980X in the ultra high end motherboard they will make.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alan1476 View Post
    I havent even considered an AMD chip since the Operton Dual Core 185 and Socket 939. I had a really high end Asus A8N32-SLI Deluxe. Then came XP SP3. Trying to install the SP3 put my computer into a never ending loop on reboot. From that day on I said I would never buy an AMD product or chipset again, but now I am reconsidering, but before I do anything, I want to see and own a new X-79 and put my 980X in the ultra high end motherboard they will make.
    My personal opinion, you will not see any performance gain from the X79 but more features like more 6G Sata portrs and more USB 2.0 ports and headers. I would stay with your motherboard IMO.

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