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Old 02-12-2010, 08:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default ASUS M4A89GTD board -=CES=-

I can really see that CPU power plug getting broken. Still the same turd brown pcb..

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As well as sporting both SATA 6Gbps and USB 3.0 support, this board also features a DirectX 10.1 IGP with 128MB of Sideport memory.

Seen above are a couple dip switches; one labeled "Core Unlocker" and the other "Turbo Key II". Certainly enticing additions for overclockers, though we won't know for sure how well these features work until we get our hands on a sample and test it out.
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Meh, Performance over looks please

I'm interested in how those PCI-E lanes set up.
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ummmm why is the cpu 8 pin an inch long?
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ummmm why is the cpu 8 pin an inch long?
Because that's their normal size
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^ they're excited..

Like I've said, I see that thing getting broken.. No need to have that thing sticking up that far..
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