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    Thumbs up X58A-OC “OC Touch” feature used to push 990X to 7.1Ghz

    source: hwbot.org

    best thing in oc this year

    i hope the board will be in the affordable range ...

    watch it in 1080p

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b0X9LSLDM6E


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    do u think as for fun 990x this year or this result? Because the ebst result this year is think MADs 73xx MHz at Deneb . But still awesome!
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    amd record is good..but cpu efficiency is not best..just like the celerons that can do 8ghz...its a good accomplishment but running other benchmarks its not that good.

    but for benching with the best cpus and getting more results ...the i7 is the best i would say.


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    Please be affordable so I can make the change for DICE to L2N!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hondacity View Post
    source: hwbot.org

    best thing in oc this year

    i hope the board will be in the affordable range ...

    watch it in 1080p

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b0X9LSLDM6E
    I know the price range, atleast the planned one, and what I can tell is, you are likely to become happy...
    My comment would be "how the fluck can 4-way SLI be possible at that pricerange".
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    i was thinking 499 +/- 50$ LOL

    id take one...

    edit....

    as long the sandy isn't scaling with cold....i'll let the "others' play with it...


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    Honestly; I think UD9 did not pay off at all, because of the crazy pricetag, it was supposed to be the F1 car, but this card is likely to become what UD9 did not manage to be...
    I am poking my local office about this product quite frequently...
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    the "oc touch" got me hooked...


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    Awesome looking board.
    Plus the efficiency should be higher than of EVGA and ASUS, as usually.
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    lol Marc talking out of his arse again i c
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    Very cool .

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    Quote Originally Posted by M.Beier View Post
    Honestly; I think UD9 did not pay off at all, because of the crazy pricetag, it was supposed to be the F1 car, but this card is likely to become what UD9 did not manage to be...
    I am poking my local office about this product quite frequently...
    I think you mean its nice to see a ud9-ish board at a lower price point, yeah...
    But with 1366 gasping its last breaths it better be affordable
    Sb-e platforms should be available to the elite within a couple of months, but until then its a nice board to play with. Then again, if Intel still can't get their chips to work under cold... and amd doesn't overtake gulfy... this might be a very long lasting board ...

    good to see them improve their boards.
    Good job team blue
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    Very cool. I cannot wait for this board to be released! Good to see the voltage read points on the board too.

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    voltage read points are almost a given and a must!, i once saw a review site say they are useless.... I almost crapped my pants. Anyways here you go from XBIT LABS saying voltage read points are stupid, they should replace their mobo reviewer on the GD65:
    "MSI P67A-GD65 doesn't support any 'concealed' proprietary technologies that should be described, but there are two interesting areas on the PCB. Firstly, the V-Check Points which, by means of bundled connectors, allow users to monitor system voltages in real time — CPU core, memory modules, chipset, etc. Frankly speaking, we have never found much sense in doing that, but if you like it, here you are. Nearby are PWM controller LEDs which indicate the number of active CPU VRM phases that may be reduced dynamically in standby or under light load (Active Phase Switching). APS saves a bit of energy by optimizing PWM controller operation. By the way, illumination can be disabled in BIOS or proprietary utility."
    next paragraph down:
    "Another corner hosts power, reset and OC Genie buttons. We sort of looked down on the latter in previous reviews, because it obviously couldn't provide results a serious overclocker could achieve."
    Sorry to put this in here, but where is he coming from stupid read points, but serious OCers, like what.

    Back to the X58A-OC Those results are so impressive i love that board, i am in love again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoGuru View Post
    Please be affordable so I can make the change for DICE to L2N!
    About 1k on new egg..

    Another thing I find funny is AMD/Intel would snipe any of our Moms on a grocery run if it meant good quarterly results, and you are forever whining about what feser did?

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    whau, this is great!
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    Insane setup...
    Hope to do the same and the retail X58A-oc and 990X...:p


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    Quote Originally Posted by saaya View Post
    good to see them improve their boards.
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    Wow really nice guys!!!
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