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Originally Posted by The_CrapmanIt put in a stocking performance in your benchmarks?:|
Originally Posted by SnipsScan has the Maximus VI Formula for £175inc on pre-order. Is that right as the conclusion says it should be £50 more than this Hero?
The Hero also has a fourth PCI-E 16x slot but it only offers x4 speed
Expansion slots SLI and Crossfire support, Three 16x PCI-E 3.0 slots (One at x16, two at 8x and one 4x), two three 1x PCI-E
Originally Posted by phuzzLast time Intel were selling CPUs which didn't overclock very well and ran really hot (Prescott), was when AMD came out with the A64 and blew them away for a few years.
Hears hoping we get a bit more competition in the CPU market again.
Originally Posted by ZeDestructorNow, when is Haswell-E out again?
Originally Posted by Corky42Up until recently it was rumored for a 2014 release, But more recent rumors say maybe September.
Originally Posted by Corky42Whooopsy my mistake the article i linked is just the newer Haswell chips not the E
This one says maybe 2015 http://wccftech.com/intel-roadmap-leaks-haswell-e-lituya-bay-hedt-platform/
Originally Posted by billysieluAsus have put videos EVERYWHERE saying buy a board based on its feature set, NOT PERFORMANCE.... and you've done a performance review.... srsly?
Originally Posted by fluxtaticUnless Intel skips Ivy-E entirely, it'll be Ivy-E later this year, Haswell-E fall of next year, most likely.
Wondering what the hell Asus has done here - the budget ROG board is coming in neck and neck or even a bit higher than the Extreme?
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