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Discussion in 'Motherboards & Memory' started by DaMulta, Jun 10, 2007.

  1. DaMulta

    DaMulta My stars went supernova

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    Since I'm mostly a gamer... none. However there are some server/workstation people creaming in thier pants right now. Ok I'll take the one on the bottom right!:D Seriously look at that! 4 PCIExpress x16's 4 Cpu's and 16 mem slots. It's a 4 gamer in one system gaming powerhouse!!!
     
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    the lil one :p

    but i like the top right that one has alot of mem slots :eek:
     
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    I like the bottom right one myself.
     
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    But it doesnt look like it has a Pci-e slot
     
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    Looks like the bottom right one has 4 pci-e slots and one pci slot.

    The one on the right top looks like it has 2 PCI-e slots and 2 PCi-x slots on it.
     
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    But look how long the ones on the top are there longer then the bottom ones im using the mem slots to compare them ;)
     
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    Hmmmm

    Well my PCI-e slot looks slighly bigger than the pci slot. And that board on the bottom right looks just like the ones in my system.

    I think the camera is tilted a little grab something and compare other slots.
     
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    I'm not sure what they are called, but they are for daughterboards and stuff like that. PCI, and PCIexpress are the same length, the pci-e's are offset back a little more.
    * Correction PCI-E's are a little bigger.
     
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    Those are offset a little bit.
     
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    Chris should of took better pics of this.
     
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    ZOMG!!! Dunno, I think I'll take the the one of the bottom right AND the one of the top right also xD

    (What does that mean the brown paper/tape/thing on the mem slots?)
     
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    this one:
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    the biger the better. and that is the biggest i could find.

    iwould load it up with a bunch of d/c optrons, and use it to compile.


    chris
     
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    Well I wouldnt want the 3rd one on the top.I just dont have enough$ to fill thoses slots:laugh:
     
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    i want the skinny one, mounted in the bottom of my case as a music/video/bt server
     
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    which one supports x-fire?
     
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    I'd guess middle two and top right would have potential for crossfire support.
    Oh, and Grings, my thoughts exactly, but I'd actually think a picoITX system would be simpler for that. You can probably fit it into a 5.25" bay, and have a laptop hard drive right beneath it.
    *Checks pricing for picoITX mobos*
    *Decides against it because of prices and work needed*
     
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