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Old 13-11-17, 01:38 PM
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ASUS announces three new Workstation-grade WS series X299 motherboards

Enterprise features on a consumer-grade chipset.



Read more on ASUS's new X299 WS series of workstation motherboards.

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Old 13-11-17, 04:49 PM
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thats interesting a secondary heat pipe and heat sink off the chip set on the sage version
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thats interesting a secondary heat pipe and heat sink off the chip set on the sage version
It has PLX chip under there. So if you pack it with 7x Titan Xp cards or any heavy workload config it will get hot.

I really hope Tom will manage to review this board.
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It has PLX chip under there. So if you pack it with 7x Titan Xp cards or any heavy workload config it will get hot.

I really hope Tom will manage to review this board.
Arh, thank you for pointing out the padawan mistake i didn't realise, but its a nice looking board
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