Published on 17th August 2010 by
Originally Posted by ImInTheZoneBabyI'm not really sure what to say... Overkill, perhaps?
And the price... Ouch. :L
Originally Posted by perplekks45How come the picture of BT's sample has the exact same configuration as Scan's? Same CPUs, same coolers, same fans, same overclock... :|
Originally Posted by rehkUtterly insane if you ran a 4x GTX460 folding@home farm using this, 11 6 pin connectors!
Originally Posted by LizardI presume you're referring to the image on page 15? If so, that's a photo of the Scan pre-overclocked bundle.
Originally Posted by perplekks45I was referring to these two pictures:
Way back in 2003, long before the concept of a multi-core CPU had even entered the mind of AMD and Intel
Originally Posted by XirQuote:Way back in 2003, long before the concept of a multi-core CPU had even entered the mind of AMD and Intel Huh?
1999 - Abit BP6, I rest my case
Originally Posted by KojakI've heard that this board can run with just one cpu, so just incase for example you don't have the cash for the two cpu's right away and want to buy the second later on down the line when you can afford it, it would be interesting to know how it performs with just the one xeon- would it be sluggish or do just as well as a single socket board?!!
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