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    Lol sorry about that Lazar..

    Cant wait to get this board frozen at my crib ;P Just waiting for the sucker to be out. Will Asus also produce a highend board for crossfire? Something like the ann32 sli deluxe?

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    Yes, but it will be based on ATI's R580 chipset, not on the R480 like the A8R-MVP... so I guess it will only be out in about 2-3 months (or more).
    Last edited by Lazar; 11-23-2005 at 12:17 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lazar


    Yes, but it will be based on ATI's R580 chipset, not on the R480 like the A8R-MVP... so I guess it will only be out in about 2-3 months (or more).
    Argh :/

    Probably will be going with the A8N-32 SLI Deluxe. I also have my DFI eXpert here...All I need to do is get my hands on a 7800GTX 512mb so I can begin overclocking.

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    Or you can wait for the X1800XT PE 512mb, should be announced soon...

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    Quote Originally Posted by loonym
    initially listed at $199 at ZZF
    Froogle finds it around $115, big supprise as with any other assus board nobody has it. \
    http://froogle.google.com/froogle?q=...&lmode=unknown

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    Now $108.51 on Froogle

    Actually Computer Brain, whoever they are, are now showing the A8R-MVP for $108.51 on Froogle, but not yet in stock. Asus says you will see them for sale by next week - they've already shipped to e-tailers from Taiwan.

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    worst color ever
    other then that this board is good

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    worst color ever
    All value Asus boards look like that. This isn't their premium crossfire solution, expect that to be $200+++ with black pcb and crazy ocing options.

    Perkam

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    If color is the thing to complain about, it means that the mobo is really good

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