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Gigabyte Ga-ep45t-usb3p Usb 3.0 Ddr3 Lga775

Discussion in 'Motherboards & Memory' started by Wrigleyvillain, Feb 3, 2010.

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    Wrigleyvillain PTFO or GTFO

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    like it but lil late
     
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    I don't know when this came out but thanks because I've been looking for a LGA 775 DDR3 board with 2 PCI-E 2.0 x16 graphics interface support.
     
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    There are a few on the market...didn't like other options? Though this looks like a great one even without the USB 3.0
     
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    Late or not, its good for folks who want to stick with their top of the line 775 hardware. I see it as a good move, doesn't force you to leave the 775 platform (at least for the time being) ;)
     
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    Not for me. 775 is plenty for my gaming needs and so much more fun to tweak.
     
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    and the board isn't that expensive at all. I def don't think it's late. For users on here maybe, but there is plenty of LGA775 users out there. I'm 1 of em. Plus this would (probly)be a good board for those on a budget that simply need to oc their LGA775 CPU to bring their system back to life.
     
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    So it would seem this is a damn near brand new release? Tried to find a press release at Gigabyte...
     

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