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CES 2010: Dual socket EVGA LGA 1366

Discussion in 'Motherboards & Memory' started by Wrigleyvillain, Jan 1, 2010.

  1. Wrigleyvillain

    Wrigleyvillain PTFO or GTFO

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    I call shenanigans :S Well, on second thought, it is from EVGA so I guess it must be real.
     
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    im calling the 700$ price tag for just the board....:toast:
     
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    Probably going to be expensive, every other dual socket 1366 board is $500+.

    Can anyone say Cruncher's Dream?! :D
     
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    dual i9 = pwnt!!!!
     
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    They start at $250... but coming from EVGA it will most likely be the only 2P board with overclocking abilities so it will probably be $500+ :)

    Intel awhile back said that they didn't want to handle "Skulltrail II". Perhaps EVGA has taken up the challenge? :rockout:
     
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    Gonna need a gazillion watt PSU for 2 i9's and like 4 GTX 295's. Imagine the gaming performance. Ahh. I can finally design a artificial heart.
     

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