Well, it's called thinking outside the box. It's nice to a company at least put an effort out to try a make a board support both types of processor. Imagine the benefits of being able to switch between two seperate processors.
That board does look like it has its flaws though. Yes, it probably slightly bottlenecks overall performance. In addition, it looks like it would fit pretty arkwardly into a case. It also looks like it would do a pretty good job obstructing airflow and raising temperatures.
Still, I know I would like to a have board that supports both types of processors.
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