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    WEB site is slow but if you can get in it is cool. Has alot of info: http://www.tfc-triebwerk.com/
     
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    Stupid that the site says "tribe-work" (the voice I mean), while it is pronounced "treeb-werk" (with the "ee" as in "keen" and the "e" as in "best").
    And no the site is not slow at all, for me.
     
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    wooooh shoot 215cfm out of an 120mm fan damn :eek:
     
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    The cfm values are usually overrated in the specs and are much lower in practice.
     
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    Nice:toast:
    Is that your old SR2 build with 4 GTX 480's?
     
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    Goddamn! :eek:
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    AM3/AM3+. FM1 chips are missing pins in the middle.

    Anyway, 1090T, 1100T, FX-4100, and FX-8150
     
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    ^^^^^stop staring at me!!! :laugh:
     
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    I really thought that was one huge ass cpu.

    Your avatar is distracting :laugh:
     
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    Looks like a biostar X79 Tpower
     
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    You're right! :)
     
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    so u r building up a LGA2011 system claylomax? ^^
     
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    Man, that board looks quite nice to me, considering previous Biostar products. They have really stepped up their game as of late, such that I really want to compare them with ASUS. They aren't quite at the ASUS level yet, but they are definitely getting closer, for sure.
     
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    lol I was just thinkin the same thing last time I looked at an biostar mobo was back in the socket 7 days
     
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    Yep; actually I built it last week on a budget, but still a LGA2011 system. :D
    I was waiting for your review Dave although I had my eyes on this board since it was announced. Having used Asus and Gigabyte before, I wanted to try a different brand this time for my X79 build; it was between the Biostar and the EVGA X79 SLI but EVGA were/are(?) having lots of problems with the bios on their X79 boards and so far there are hardly any reviews out, a bit dodgy.
     

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