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Old 05-10-10, 12:01 AM
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Gigabyte have taken the latest AMD chipset and applied their high-end UD7 magic to it. How does it stand up?

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Old 05-10-10, 01:57 AM
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shame it has no lucid chip as this would of been awsome
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shame it has no lucid chip as this would of been awsome
Explain why really makes any difference? Cos other than sli I can see anything really.
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Old 05-10-10, 09:47 AM
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as its new tech and it seems odd to go back to normal with just usb3 and sata6
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Old 05-10-10, 10:20 AM
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as its new tech and it seems odd to go back to normal with just usb3 and sata6
Every motherboard doesnt have to have everything dude. Some people may just want to use one card or something, if you fit everything it will cost more.
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i reckon most people will opt for the MSI IMO
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Old 05-10-10, 11:43 AM
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i reckon most people will opt for the MSI IMO
Really depends if they read our review as we are the only people who have had it...... The Giga will outsell the MSI easily just on the fact its the top of the range Giga AMD board.
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Old 05-10-10, 12:16 PM
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but like you said all 3 have something about them i just think the MSI has lil more

but thats just my opinion fella
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Luckily the concept of reviews is that people can make their own choice on what they buy.

After all, we all know that people have brand loyalty and the Lucid Hydra setup is really only beneficial for people with two high-end graphics cards from the competing manufacturers. Which only accounts for a nth of the potential audience.

All three are very good boards, with slight variances depending upon personal taste.
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Does the heat-pipe 2 work with the Noctua DH-14? It should, but Noctua themself just say "The Silent-Pipe 2 module might not be usable." on their compability page. So if you got it to work with the noctua please reply. This board seems to be winner for my new rig, i just want to make sure everything will fit.
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