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SUPoX AP55+ GTR Motherboard Surfaces

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  1. btarunr

    btarunr Editor & Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    Remember EPoX? A reminiscent of that company now operates under the name SUPoX, and seems to have an entire range of PC motherboards including the Core i7 compatible AP58+ GTR. The company is gearing up to cater to the LGA-1156 socket processors with a new feature-rich motherboard based on the Intel P55 chipset called AP55+ GTR. The socket supports Core i5 series processors, along with support for Intel Flexible Display Interface (FDI), that relays display handled by embedded graphics controllers on Intel processors to their DVI, D-Sub, and HDMI outputs. The PCI-Express x16 slots (electrical configuration not known) support ATI CrossFireX, although NVIDIA SLI support for most LGA-1156 motherboards largely remains unknown. Along with support for as much as 16 GB of DDR3 memory, the motherboard provides connectivity in the form of gigabit Ethernet, Bluetooth 2.1, and WiFi. The motherboard should release towards the end of Q3 2009.

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    :eek:WOW THE COLORS... theyre hurting my eyes:mad:, looks descent just that horrible color scheme take tha look away.
     
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    It looks all crammed... ah well, apart from colors and layout, it doesn't look too bad. THree PCI-e slots at least.
     
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    *remembers his EpoX MVP3-G2 SS7 board*
    That got my K6-III 400 up to 580Mhz. ;-)
     
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    looks cheap
     
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    Looks ok I guess. I'm still sticking with DFI for my i5 build tho.
     
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    first time i see this brand
     
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    It's a Black PCB with mostly all red slots and a few yellow, whats so crazy about that? Pretty much a page from the DFI book except instead of Orange it's Red.
     
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    i never cared about the colors on mobo;i never see it anyway only when i clean the dust sofrom my point can be green with blue ,orange all together.....:laugh:
     
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    No its not. If you hate those colors, bet you hate Lego. Color isnt too bad but its not suitable for a mainboard. Doubtful with brand too.
     
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    Its crazy because its distracting, there is no order in the colors.
     
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    is that a mini pcie wifi card between the second and third pcie slots?
    or bluetooth?
     
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    Yeah, exactly.

     
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