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    they are here at Newegg USA, unfortunately they are not yet available at Newegg.ca, sorry Cannucks.
    The price ranges from $220 to $400 USD = $260 - $476 CND

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    plus the i7 are out for sale too! ranginf from $320 to $1070

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...ame=LGA%201366
    and Damn Proud of it!

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    I see the motherboard support 24GB of RAM, nice. I wish mine supported 24GB lol, ill have to put up with 16GB.

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    Am already moving to X58 with my own P6T.....I'll probably snag a 920 CPU. Just need the RAM to arrive and then I'll likely move to 64-bit Vista as well.

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    Ok...you two, Skyguy and Doc D. You both making us getting jealous here.....
    I'm ready with my P7T with i7 proc too......LOL...just maked up

    Btw, why P6T, is this board better than Rampage II Xtreme?
    it's not any cheaper than RampII though.

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    I believe it is cheaper. But I'm getting mine for free

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyguy View Post
    I believe it is cheaper. But I'm getting mine for free
    double jealousssss.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyguy View Post
    I believe it is cheaper. But I'm getting mine for free
    wonders where you live *wistles*
    and Damn Proud of it!

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    I want the board with 6 PCI-e slots, that would be a folding monster with 8800gt's water cooled.

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    Does anyone know of this mythical board with 6 pcie slots? and if so are they double spaced for modern cards and if so how big ,physically, is it (surely bigger than (e)atx)
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    Grumpy, what board?...that's hoax, 3 PCI-E board barely fit into the current mid case and you guys talking about 6 PCI-E. If this true you need to put this board into mainframe case...LOL.

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    Ya, I've never seen a 6-slotter, just a 4. And most X58's have 3.


    *Looks over at new X58 on bench.............*


    Mine has 3

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    Yep I heard the same as asgard mentioned and as yet I've not even seen a 4 let alone 6 slot board.

    If you look at the layout of the msi k9a2 platinum (amd) that has 4 double spaced slots there is no room for anything else hence my mention of this 6 slot being Mythical
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    heheh.......mythical like the ethical salesman and the perfect wife?

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    The ASUS Rampage II Extreme looks like the best X58 motherboard, but in costs NZ$1000.00 here in NZ!

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    OUCH! Do you have many "local" distributors down there?

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