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    Leaked pics of ASUS Rampage V X99

    Our friends at sweclockers.com noticed a swedish reseller accidentally publishing product page for the new ASUS Rampage V Ok, in just two days it will release but enjoy pics









    Source: http://www.sweclockers.com/nyhet/192...-upp-hos-alina
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    Looks really good, look at all those SATA ports and USB 3.0 ports. One of the best looking X99 boards I've seen so far.
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    after R4BE mehh
    i think i wont sell the 4930K after all :-)

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    Looks pretty Baddddassss
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    Yah ROG delivers as usual I dunno, haswell-e might be the no 1 benching platform for... everything? It really isn't that bad an idea to buy this rig to replace both 4770k and 4960x... Well, that's just me speculating, I don't know if the chips will do 6 GHz or more on ln2!
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    Looks like they went to a diff brand or whatever of mem slot.
    Hopefully now you won't beable to get a stick of ram jammed in these, the ones they got on the older boards always ticked me off.

    6 layer pcb's fit lose, sometimes have to be reseated, 8 layers are fine.

    If you have a vga card in the top slot and try to remove a stick you get it jammed in there real good, solution is to remove the vga 1st.
    Funny thing is that's what the slots were designed for, so you didn't have to remove the vga...

    I see they gimped out on the audio.
    Not a big deal anyways, the r4be's audio isn't anything special, I can't see it getting much worse.

    But anyways, they need to fix there x79 boards with the ivy-e cpu's...


    Oh anyways, ddr4 won't be any good for probably another year or 2.
    3000 c15 = 400mhz cas2... (200mhz essentially)
    2400 c9 = 533mhz cas2 (266mhz)
    Just a rough est, you aught to get the idea.
    Besides the ram density hasn't picked up anyways.

    To many anyways in my post today lol...
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    The coolers on mosfets and southbridge look like they will not cool very well to me . Just flat surface , no fins .


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    Quote Originally Posted by CrimInalA View Post
    The coolers on mosfets and southbridge look like they will not cool very well to me . Just flat surface , no fins .
    That's just the fad these days.
    Style over functionality.

    Perhaps someday they will realize that functionality is style ^^.

    Regardless, those heatsinks will do alright, maybe not optimal.
    But that giant heatsink next to the i/o plate just covers a bunch of tiny transistors, in theory that big chunk of metal should help the mosfets from overheating since it's connected via heatpipe.
    It'll be fine.

    The deluxe board looks alot better then the extreme does.
    Though it's not known as an overclocking board which is a bummer...
    The dual lan is really a must..., especially for the cost of these boards.
    They kinda ruined it though with the plate they put on the south bridge heatsink and the white sudo armor.
    The heatsink design on the x79 deluxe looked great to me, they should of kept with that, excluding the grey color of course.

    Either way I'm kinda impressed.
    Just they really need to think about heatsink functionality over design I totally agree with that, and dual lan... need that dual lan guys.

    Looks like there's a new wireless setup now too.
    Putting the p4 and eps8 connecters close to each other is good, it's this way on the r4be too.
    I wonder if they put the vga hotwire thing back on the board were it belongs?, they totally screwed that feature over on the r4be and made it 100% useless.

    I guess one more thing...
    They should dump that useless panel thing, unless maybe they wanna upgrade it to a full on touch lcd with arm cpu and rom.


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    Looks very meh compared to the X99 Deluxe. Not even in the same league.

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    Will be upgrading my system with one of these and 5960x to push 4-way SLI Titans and 4k surround.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DarthBeavis View Post
    Will be upgrading my system with one of these and 5960x to push 4-way SLI Titans and 4k surround.
    Darth, you never fail to "name drop" your hardware
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    Quote Originally Posted by lowfat View Post
    Looks very meh compared to the X99 Deluxe. Not even in the same league.
    Agreed, but then I took a closer look and noticed the deluxe doesn't have a spare bios chip.
    Shame too, the deluxe really looks alot better.
    We'll have to wait it out from some better shots of them, I wanna see the layout just abit better, like the ram pwm and such.

    You know, this is just me being a grouch, but I'm surprised they didn't come out with the formula 1st, then 4 months later come out with the extreme.
    Yeah I'm still a bit ticked about the ch4-f and e boards, freaking extreme board came out right after I got mine, and I even waited it out because of rumors of the extreme lol...

    Anyways, if I were to pick a board, I'de have to go with the extreme.
    Just for piece of mind, though I'de much rather go with the deluxe if it had a 2nd bios chip and was known to clock even better...
    I wonder if there's gonna be a black edition, I know those don't show up for sometime after the rest of the boards, like way later...

    It's kinda neat to see 2 sata express slot thingys.
    Though they gotta be on some secondary controller from the looks of it.


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    The board to get for X99

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    tell my about it ,-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by filmbot View Post
    Darth, you never fail to "name drop" your hardware
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    Kinda wish AIBs would just leave the wireless off though or is that a big thing now?

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    Looks like the R4BE and the M7H had hot monkey sex and produced a love child.
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    PS2 port? USB2.0 ports? Single NIC? WiFi? Not terribly impressed with the backplate, and the heatsinks look atrocious from the top (although that could just be a plate cover disguising a much more efficient internal structure). Spec-wise I'm liking what I see, but I'm guessing all the bling and extras are going to kick the price up horribly. As usual with the top ROG offering, which is a shame.
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    Single NIC.
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    No one is saying it won't clock well FlanK3r...

    Edit:
    Looking at the guru3d review it looks like this has the same bandwith bios bug that the r4be has.
    I want to see overclocked results in aida, the guru3d aida bench has the cpu @ 3.5ghz and that's just to low for 100% certain.
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    The board look like E-ATX size ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PatRaceTin View Post
    The board look like E-ATX size ?
    It is, yes.
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