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Old 01-08-11, 02:29 PM   #73
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How much heat is associated with the GPU on die?
Why is it so much better for us guys?
Why no triple channel memory?
Is there a way in BIOS do disable the GPU?
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Old 01-08-11, 04:33 PM   #74
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I'm not disappointed in the performance of these new SB chips itself. I'm disappointed that Intel abandoned their normal release schedule and now the overall performance of their whole line-up remains the same as 9 months ago. Even after launching a brand new generation.
I expect an "extreme" edition of the 1155's to be released relatively soon. Maybe that will appeal to those looking for the absolutely bleeding edge until Q3 of 2011, or Q1 of 2012.
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Old 01-08-11, 08:31 PM   #75
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For what it's worth I believe the only extreme edition Sandy Bridge that will be released will be a mobile processor. Which doesn't make sense to me (who wants to overclock laptops?).
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Old 01-08-11, 08:55 PM   #76
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For what it's worth I believe the only extreme edition Sandy Bridge that will be released will be a mobile processor. Which doesn't make sense to me (who wants to overclock laptops?).
What makes you believe that. Sounds crazy making Extreme chips for a Laptop.
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Old 01-09-11, 11:48 AM   #77
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Just got back with my 2600K, Gigabyte DS3, 4GB DDR3-1066, and a 1TB Seagate.
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Old 01-09-11, 12:44 PM   #78
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Thanks! Very excited. I'll see what this stock cooler can do OC wise but I'll probably order up a Scythe Mugen2 this week.
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Old 01-09-11, 12:51 PM   #79
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How long do you guys think Intel will support the LGA1155? Don't like the fact that I gotta get a whole new board but I can give my current MOBO and CPU to the Girl and I get the new stuff. Would be a great improvement for her crappy AMD Setup.
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Maybe a year.

3 different pin-counts Magus Between now and the beginning of next year, and there will likely be Ivy Bridge related updates that may not be pin-compatible.
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Old 01-10-11, 12:02 AM   #81
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New ROG Product for Sandy Bridge - Maximus IV Extreme

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Hot looking mobo.

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Yep this is what i want to get.

But the BIOS on this is unstable.



Its 40 mins, but i actually ended up watching his entire video...

Would be nice if they spend a bit of time on the AUDIO part of motherboards....seems everyone is putting the realtec ac97...
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New ROG Product for Sandy Bridge - Maximus IV Extreme

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5fiB0...layer_embedded

Hot looking mobo.

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"Is this the best Sandy Bridge motherboard?"
It does look very nice. Got to love all those USB3 connectors and Blutooth.
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Old 01-10-11, 08:30 PM   #84
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Yep this is what i want to get.

But the BIOS on this is unstable.



Its 40 mins, but i actually ended up watching his entire video...

Would be nice if they spend a bit of time on the AUDIO part of motherboards....seems everyone is putting the realtec ac97...
I'm not sure why the hype surrounding the GUI in the BIOS is. I remember using the mouse back with 486's.



Always wondered why modern comuters had such "basic" BIOS in regards to the user interface. Bout time they "modernized" the BIOS a bit.
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