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Originally Posted by SiwiniToo bad it only uses dual CH RAM
Originally Posted by Jack_PepsiWOOT! UEFI!
Originally Posted by r3loadedI sincerely hope that this will be native EFI and not EFI with BIOS emulation (as has been done with some laptops). Though since this is Asus, I don't think they'd pull a trick like that.
In tests, triple-channel RAM had no appreciable performance improvement over dual-channel, except in a couple of cases with 3D rendering programs.
Originally Posted by koschwoot EFI here we come!!!
Originally Posted by mi1ezCan't wait for EFI reviews to start coming in. I have to say, I quite like the look of the Sabretooth, even if I can see it being more of a cooling hindrence than help!
Originally Posted by digitalduncAlthough ASUS generally release quality products, seeing questionable design additions such as a "tactical vest" make me wonder about other engineering decisions they've made -- I can't help but wonder if additions like this are the idea of some bright PR guy.
I could be totally wrong -- but covering board components with a large sheet of *insulating* plastic doesn't sound like a good idea to me.
IDK about others, but features such as ROG connect and features with names such as "Super AI Overclock over 9000" are needless frills -- collected and comprehensive OC settings in one place will suffice. It's quality, not quantity.
Originally Posted by jrs77This is just a graphical interface for the old BIOS underneath.
Real UEFI is only possible, when all manufacturers agree upon this new tech as a standard and provide new drivers. UEFI loads the drivers before the bootmanager.
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