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    Some interesting features indeed but it makes me wonder how many arms and legs I will need to sacrifice to get one of these boards.

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    Still only one Gigabit LAN hmm.

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    nice
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    Team ROG hit a homerun with this board I think.

    Really cool to add the Subzero sense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MTP04 View Post
    Some interesting features indeed but it makes me wonder how many arms and legs I will need to sacrifice to get one of these boards.
    How many do you have left?

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    My next board looks like my extreme-z is going to be sold soon!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3NZ0 View Post
    First time I've felt casual by a motherboard.

    Don't get me wrong, the ultra-hardcore-overclocking-as-a-day-job few will love this but there are some things that have me wondering;

    1 lan port on a board that's going to cost as much as a very reasonable system? Really?
    Where is the sas? I understand they are splitting patsburg into various grades with features missing but why does this not get the top of the line chip? That cooling system can easily handle it.
    Those slides. Wow. Advertising soldering, temp reading ports and a huge OSD dongle. Mad.

    2011 needs decent well thought out and feature laden boards to set itself from 1155. This hits the nail square on the head for "3xtr3m3" overclocking but it doesn't come across as a 24/7 board or one with a tonne of non-oc features after you're done being mad.
    I need/want 4 slots (3 gpu's and a raid card) and a pair of lan ports. Looks like SR3 will be the only way as the P9X79's are a bit too 'casual' for my liking. (yeah, yeah)
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    After the ASUS ROG Rampage III Extreme Black Edition this one leaves me a little less impressed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dctokyo View Post
    After the ASUS ROG Rampage III Extreme Black Edition this one leaves me a little less impressed.
    Agreed. That board is just gorgeous.

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    This is awesome board!

    Need one, looks like good features here. Will be Cross V Extreme simillary?
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    Don't know whether I would want this or the gigabyte (ud5 I think it was). Want a new board for sandy bridge and room for tri sli, my wireless n, sound card and another slot in case I buy a revo drive. Unfortunately with this board I wouldn't have room for the revo drive

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    With all the unresolved problems of the last Rampage board (that I still have) I'm leery on ASUS anymore. Especially for such high end boards, it's embarrassing for them to not have their BIOS support worked out. I'm not being an early adopter again, I'll let someone else be the guinea pig.

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    Looks amazing. If they appear in the US when I'm over and the price is right I may just be sold.
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    Just out of curiosity, do any of you guys actually use dual lan? What for?

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    I do, because I do bridging at home and network simulation...
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    Dual LAN helps if you have two internet connections. One strictly for anything that requires low latency, and then the other for a connection that is shared on your LAN.
    Overkill, but that's what this site is about right?

    Power placement looks odd, but I haven't seen any other X79 designs so maybe that's just how it is required for this generation.
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    I asked in the other Asus X79 thread, but I'll ask again here ...

    Is this board the same size as the R3E?

    I dont like the heatsinks on it, but its still better
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    Quote Originally Posted by bhavv View Post
    I asked in the other Asus X79 thread, but I'll ask again here ...

    Is this board the same size as the R3E?

    I dont like the heatsinks on it, but its still better
    Same size, roughly an inch wider than regular ATX.

    Good news for all the heatsinkophiles: a Singaporean ASUS rep confirmed there's also a Rampage IV Formula board in the lineup, to be revealed within the next few weeks and later on a Gene board too. Maybe these will quench our thirst for pretty hardware :banana::banana::banana::banana:.

    Also I know this won't be answered but still... I could swear I saw a video on Tuesday (which I can't find now) where a rep explaining the PCIe lane distribution stated that the second red x16 slot and the black x16 slot bellow share a dedicated x8 link via lane switches. They can either run at red:x8/black:0 or red:0/black:x8. Would it be wrong to assume they can also run at x4/x4?

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    Yay, it will just fit into my P182, if I decide to buy one that is ... I want to skip socket 2011 too, but I will probably be far too weak to resist
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    Quote Originally Posted by G H Z View Post
    How many do you have left?
    Well I skipped socket 1366 so I have all arms and legs currently intact but probably not for too long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by metachronos View Post
    Just out of curiosity, do any of you guys actually use dual lan? What for?
    Teaming. Smart switches are dirt cheap these days and if you have a half decent NAS it can be really useful.
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    I really like the board, very tempting, but I think I'll wait for Ivy Bridge to come out in spring, see how it turns out...
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    Am I the only one that thinks this board looks like its going to be a pain-in-the-butt to water cool?

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