Glad to see they have taken on some feedback and made the controller part removable.
The CFm numbers are good, any word on the hydrostatic pressure for cooling applications?
Also listed on the Australian dell page
Finally an Australian Snake!! pity they went straight for the most venomous bastard out there. Doesn't give them any room for a better mouse really.
But isn't the default clocks on the 680 1006? Or is the 1006 one of the steps with the new aotu OC system nVidia is introducing. Either way...
Sorry, my bad there Panther, rereading what I wrote I could have written it better
if you look close you can see pcb in the upper left corner of the shot of the cooler, so it could well still be a single slot for the cooler.
also bear in mind that to utilise both sockets you will need to use Xeon not I7's which means 8 cores.
Is it sad that i read his surname as Vegimite?
Anand article of lights peak tech from 2010. iwth it pushing 50gb/ps...
what i want to know is how does the cabling for the drives work. looks like it would be very messy. or would all the SAS/SATA ports link up to a...
IMHO they would be crazy to drop the Pro. As they would then lose all the software business aswell for the big video production houses.
Same here. hope they release a mobo witht he same feature set, in thier normal range. The X79-UD7/9 would be fantastic with the NIC and the X-FI...
Prefer the older prototype, to what is seen in the teaser shots
Same thing as all previous nVidia drivers, have to recalibrate my colour setting. Getting sick of it
i don;t expect that sort of increase from SB to IB after all Ivy is a tock not a tick
its the better spacing for two card sli/xfire as it allows the top card to breathe
Yep we have a do not call list
I work in the credit card section of an Aus bank we get heaps of calls relating to this. It's a very elaborate hoax to get card name number...
its a scam
wondering if the tick/tock cycle is causing too much pressure on the Intel design teams and this delay is due to a hang up in ES hardware not...
so the geographical size of the island in no way reflects where it sits in performance?
Didn't know that thanx for the clarification BTA
Pretty sure the 6 series chipsets don't support ivy.
Isn't the pcie 3 on this board just a marketing gimmick? After all the s1155 CPUs only have pcie 2 controllers
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