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Old August 6, 2010, 11:41 AM
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Default Asus Announces RoG Rampage III Formula Motherboard

ASUS is proud to present the next evolution in the Republic of Gamers (ROG) product lineup. The new Rampage III Formula motherboard delivers both stunning looks and performance based on the Intel X58 chipset. Designed for uncompromised gaming performance, the Rampage III Formula features NVIDIA 3-way SLI and ATI CrossFire X support, true USB 3.0 ... [ Read full article ]
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very nice. is intel going to hang on to 1156/1366 longer than expected? :)
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is it just me, or do those heatsinks look a little on the weak side for a board like this?
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very nice. is intel going to hang on to 1156/1366 longer than expected? :)
I seriously doubt intel is going to drop 1156 and 1366 ANYTIME soon, it JUST came out.
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is it just me, or do those heatsinks look a little on the weak side for a board like this?
They look quite fine to me.
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I seriously doubt intel is going to drop 1156 and 1366 ANYTIME soon, it JUST came out.
The LGA1366 platform is nearly two years old already. It's meant to be replaced next year.
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Cool. Hadn't realized that Asus had moved over to digital VRM's. About time. Not that the old 24/32/gajillion phase stuff was slowing the average overclocking down, but I like being the weak link in my overclocking efforts. :)
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Wasnt intel already thinking of releasing 1367 socket? or was it 1365?
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IIRC:

LGA 1156 > 1155 Sandybridge
LGA 1366 > 2011 Sandybridge-E
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lol sandy balls, i mean bridge
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Sweet looking board! This looks like another winner in the ROG lineup and should prove to be an enthusiasts new friend.
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