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Dr Mordrid
25th April 2007, 16:56
Sounds positively evil :)

$299 @ NewEgg.com

Link.... (http://usa.asus.com/products4.aspx?modelmenu=2&model=1530&l1=3&l2=136&l3=486&l4=0)

ASUS L1N64-SLI WS Enthusiast "Megatasking"

2x AMD Athlon 64 FX Socket L1 (1207FX skt F) CPU's
NVIDIA nForce 680a SLI Chipset
DDR2 800/667/533 (max. 8GB)
HT 2000/1600 MT/s

4 x PCI Express x16 (at x16, x8, x16, x8)
1 x PCI-E x 1
1 x PCI 2.2

12 x SATA 3 Gb/s
external SATA 3Gb/s
1 x UltraDMA 133/100
NVIDIA MediaShield RAID: RAID 0, 1, 0+1, 5 and JBOD span cross Serial ATA drives

10 USB 2.0 ports
2x Marvell 88E1116 PHY Gigabit LAN
8-Phase Power Design for each VRM
Q-Fan 2, ASUS Heat-pipe

ADI 1988B 8-channel High Definition Audio CODEC
Jack-Sensing, Enumeration, Multi-streaming and Jack-Retasking
Coaxial, Optical S/PDIF out on back I/O port

http://images10.newegg.com/NeweggImage/productimage/13-131-146-04.jpg

http://images10.newegg.com/NeweggImage/productimage/13-131-146-03.jpg

ZokesPro
25th April 2007, 17:36
With 2 FX74 @3GHz, 8Gb DDR2 800, 12 Flash SSD's in RAID 0 and 2 GeForce 8800GTX in SLI. Now al I need is 2 1KW PSU's. Maybe a watercooling system would be good too.

Evil indeed. It's a Power Devourer. :devious:

Mehen
25th April 2007, 18:18
WOW - I'm not even an AMD fan, but I want that board!

The Thermaltake ToughPower 1200W has been getting excellent reviews - extremely high efficiency.

Dr Mordrid
25th April 2007, 19:10
Imagine that thing with 2 4-cores and the full 8 gigs :p

Mehen
25th April 2007, 19:25
Its amazing how much they can fit on a standard ATX mobo, I guess a lot of it is thanks to heatpipes

Dilitante1
26th April 2007, 05:05
(drool)

TransformX
26th April 2007, 05:21
Makes me want to reach for my wallet, but then I remember I have a kid, a mortgage, a car I need to fix and later my apartment to fix as well. I guess I'll keep on dreaming about socket AM2 and Athlon X2 3800 for now.

edit: I miss the days when a 150W psu was quite an overkill.

ZokesPro
26th April 2007, 06:50
edit: I miss the days when a 150W psu was quite an overkill.Good thing for SSD's, they lighten the load on the PSU.

Dr Mordrid
26th April 2007, 08:47
SSD's just need to get cheaper and they'll take over a lot of applications.

Helevitia
26th April 2007, 14:55
My god, I want it! I wish they'd make an Intel version. I've been holding off upgrading until the second half of the year and seeing mobos like this makes it difficult.

Jammrock
26th April 2007, 18:42
Hey, it's dropped in price. It used to be $350. That is certainly a board to drool over.

ZokesPro
27th April 2007, 05:31
My god, I want it! I wish they'd make an Intel version. I've been holding off upgrading until the second half of the year and seeing mobos like this makes it difficult.


Yeah, and slap on 2 quad core qx6800 @2.93GHz!!! drool....

ZokesPro
27th April 2007, 05:32
SSD's just need to get cheaper and they'll take over a lot of applications.


:up:

Dr Mordrid
28th April 2007, 11:19
I have to do some checking for other new boards, but this one might get ordered this week :)

Jammrock
28th April 2007, 18:26
I have to do some checking for other new boards, but this one might get ordered this week :)


Wait for Barcelona ;)

Dr Mordrid
28th April 2007, 19:14
I know, but one rig needs updating now.

Barcelona and Agena will get their turn when they arrive in Q3.