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geokilla June 1, 2010 02:17 PM

Computex Coverage by Legit Reviews
 
Legit Reviews - Technology News and Reviews

Computex 2010 Show Floor Coverage - Day 0 - The Show Floor - Legit Reviews

Computex 2010: ASUS R.O.G. CG8490, Eee Pad's, ARES, A10 - ASUS Republic Of Gamers CG8490 - Legit Reviews

Computex 2010 Day 1: Gigabyte shows off X58A-UD9, Notebooks, Tablets - Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD9 & P55A UD7 - Legit Reviews

Computex 2010 Day 1: Thermaltake Updates It's Popular Products - Thermaltake A30, BlackX 5G, and Jing Fan - Legit Reviews

EVGA SR-2 Motherboard Gets A Custom PC Case - EVGA SR-2 Motherboard Case - Legit Reviews

Gigabyte Technology Motherboard Marketing & Staff Interview - Gigabyte Motherboard Marketing & Staff Interview - Legit Reviews

Touring Kingston Technology's Memory Facility In Taiwan - Kingston Plant in Taiwan - Legit Reviews

ECS Computex 2010 Booth Coverage - Intel P67 Motherboards - ECS Goes Black and Green at Computex 2010 - Legit Reviews

Computex 2010: Booth Babes - Random Girls, ECS, and ADATA - Legit Reviews

PowerColor Shows Off Custom Video Cards At Computex 2010 - PowerColor Shows Innovation At Computex 2010 - Legit Reviews

SKYMTL June 1, 2010 02:24 PM

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Originally Posted by geokilla (Post 385696)
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Note the Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD9. 7 PCI-E slots... Crazy! At least it'll be a monster folder.

You mean totally pointless and stupid expensive, right?

gingerbee June 1, 2010 02:29 PM

oh drooling all those nice boards

_dangtx_ June 1, 2010 02:36 PM

yummy. its like youre a kid in a candy store lol




wait arent those 480's lol?


The thing that caught our eye first was the awe inspiring GA-X58A-UD9. Known affectionately as the UD9, this monster has 7 PCIe x16 lane slots available for as many video cards as you care to throw at it. As it's based off of the original X58 chipset, Gigabyte has updated it with a USB 3.0 controller and SATA 6G. 8 SATA ports are available. In the photo above you can see it in a 4-way CrossFireX configuration.

ilya June 1, 2010 02:36 PM

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Originally Posted by SKYMTL (Post 385699)
You mean totally pointless and stupid expensive, right?

I've actually been thinking of buying that for a folding farm... Not sure if I should part with my retirement fund though, although it's decades before I'll actually be using it.

I've actually been in Taipei around this time in 2009/2008 and I didn't know Computex existed/was going on...:doh:

belgolas June 1, 2010 03:07 PM

http://www.legitreviews.com/images/r...55N_USB3_2.jpg

Holy crap this looks awesome. May have to do a build with an i5 and this mobo lol.

geokilla June 2, 2010 01:42 PM

Updated with more coverage.

_dangtx_ June 2, 2010 02:06 PM

looking....no mention of power used total but a 'mere' 1200watt power supply running that system( dual xeon) is nuts lol

Digikid June 2, 2010 03:08 PM

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Originally Posted by belgolas (Post 385729)
http://www.legitreviews.com/images/r...55N_USB3_2.jpg

Holy crap this looks awesome. May have to do a build with an i5 and this mobo lol.

Sweetness! I can think of a LOT of uses for a powerful MiniPC. :clap:

SKYMTL June 2, 2010 03:53 PM

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Originally Posted by Digikid (Post 386119)
Sweetness! I can think of a LOT of uses for a powerful MiniPC. :clap:

Yeah. I've been using it for about a month in my HTPC. So far so good. :thumb:


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