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    GIGABYTE GA-X58A-UD9 Retail picture

    Guys, check this out !! GIGABYTE new monster GA-X58A-UD9 photo gallery.









































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    Is the waterblock still Aluminum, if so thats a deal killer for me
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    Copper with nickel plating iirc
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    haha BIG 9 on the box!!!!
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    what is on off charge ???


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    More importantly, what is that Gigabyte VIP Card good for
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    I liked the colors they used on previews high performance board, like a darker pcie's blue
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    the one thing i want to know is WHEN!


    all the gig boards rock, so i am sure this will be no diff/

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    Quote Originally Posted by DuraN View Post
    More importantly, what is that Gigabyte VIP Card good for
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    Quote Originally Posted by M.Beier View Post
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    This is a very good board and nearly made me regret buying my Asus, but then I realised that the UD9 is XL-ATX so wouldnt fit in my case, so it doesnt matter as I didnt want a new case.

    Its a good board for people with full tower cases.
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    Looks like a great board, too bad its in XL-ATX size, it won't fit in a lot of cases anyway, but I'm glad Gigabyte decided to release a case that competes with EVGA and ASUS's 4 way SLI/Crossfire X58 boards.
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    Anyone dropping that much on a board would or will be more than happy to grab a massive full tower on rollers

    I love my UD6 (wasted 24phase and all) only P55 board that seems fully functional, so I can only imagine what a pleasure their X58-UD9 will be to use.

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    Not gonna lie, this is a pretty sexy board.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrono Detector View Post
    Looks like a great board, too bad its in XL-ATX size, it won't fit in a lot of cases anyway, but I'm glad Gigabyte decided to release a case that competes with EVGA and ASUS's 4 way SLI/Crossfire X58 boards.
    Next step Giga must compete with EVGA Classified SR-2!
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    Gigabyte needs a UD11 board with UltraDurable 4, 3 oz copper and (quality) 18 phase. Just my little dream there...

    Maybe an AMD UD9 board with 12 phase...

    Why can't people design these things...they would rock.
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    lol at transformer esque mobo sink
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    Is this board really 649 dollar those.

    http://www.fudzilla.com/content/view/18802/1/

    Thats too much for a none dual processor motherboard. Considering I think the original ex58 xtreme was 399, I thinks it's pretty hard to justify another 649 dollars considering it looks very similar to the UD7 aside from the quadfire arrangement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tajoh111 View Post
    Is this board really 649 dollar those.

    http://www.fudzilla.com/content/view/18802/1/

    Thats too much for a none dual processor motherboard. Considering I think the original ex58 xtreme was 399, I thinks it's pretty hard to justify another 649 dollars considering it looks very similar to the UD7 aside from the quadfire arrangement.

    Wow with that money I could grab a SR-2...I hope that price is wrong...
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    Quote Originally Posted by BeepBeep2 View Post
    Gigabyte needs a UD11 board with UltraDurable 4, 3 oz copper and (quality) 18 phase. Just my little dream there...

    Maybe an AMD UD9 board with 12 phase...

    Why can't people design these things...they would rock.
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    Either way, it's still just Gigabyte...
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    wow... i had not realized the waterblock was not touching the heatsink array directly!
    AGAIN???? epic fail... thats really embarrassing... gigabyte made the same mistake before, i cant believe they did it AGAIN!
    the waterblock is only touching .01mm thin alu fins that then touch the chipset base plate? who the h3ll comes up with ret4rded designs like this???

    might actually still work "OK" to cool the board with water, but thats a really stupid design there hahah...
    i doubt it matters much, but... they should rather have left the waterblock off to begin with and cut the cost by 10-15$ instead of adding a waterblock that pretty much cools the AIR flowing over the board

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    Quote Originally Posted by RejZoR View Post
    Either way, it's still just Gigabyte...
    either way, that still beats Asus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saaya View Post
    wow... i had not realized the waterblock was not touching the heatsink array directly!
    AGAIN???? epic fail... thats really embarrassing... gigabyte made the same mistake before, i cant believe they did it AGAIN!
    the waterblock is only touching .01mm thin alu fins that then touch the chipset base plate? who the h3ll comes up with ret4rded designs like this???

    might actually still work "OK" to cool the board with water, but thats a really stupid design there hahah...
    i doubt it matters much, but... they should rather have left the waterblock off to begin with and cut the cost by 10-15$ instead of adding a waterblock that pretty much cools the AIR flowing over the board
    Yes, agree with you Sascha...UD9 waterblock design should be better than this, or just forget the waterblock and save the money. Hybrid Silentpipe design is better and i think good cooling solution already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benny Lodewijk View Post
    Yes, agree with you Sascha...UD9 waterblock design should be better than this, or just forget the waterblock and save the money. Hybrid Silentpipe design is better and i think good cooling solution already.
    The Hybrid silent pipe still uses up one expansion slot bracket of your case, right?

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