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Originally Posted by MaterialDark shots on the way.
Originally Posted by SouperAndyQuote:Originally Posted by MaterialDark shots on the way.
Here's a picture from the ASUS website to keep you going.
Originally Posted by Chicken76Am I the only one that's a little disappointed by the review? Too much emphasis on aesthetics and not enough technical info in my opinion.[
No mention of which Intel NIC is there. This may be a deal-breaker for people intending to play with ESXi. It would have been nice to know if (at the time of writing the review, of course) the on-board LAN is supported by ESXi 5. It's easy enough to test it: just boot from the installation disc, and if it lets you choose where to install it, it works (that is, the NIC is supported). As I said above, sacrificing a slot for an ethernet card so people can test things may prove too much, and a full-ATX board (even with an equally unsupported NIC) is a better option.
Originally Posted by bOO9000Can someone please tell me how it's possible to tell which usb 3 ports are intels ?
Originally Posted by Ramon SueyAsus make a big play of the sound circuitry of this M/B on their website. A little disappointing that Custom PC / Bit-tech review failed to audition the sound. Does it produce a sound quality akin to the Xonar DS or better? If it does it makes this M/B particularly good value.
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