MSI Big Bang XPower II X79 LGA2011

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OptimusPrimeTime Posted: Mon, Nov 7 2011 10:07 PM

MSI Big Bang XPower II X79 LGA2011 

Gigabyte G1Assassin 2 X79

 

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Whoa, there is 7 PCI Express 2.0 or 3.0 for video cards. I can imaged that will be blast with 7 video card to highest max on PC along with 64 GB of RAM. I think it will be nice to have that kind of motherboard from MSI.

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Mike Coyne:

Whoa, there is 7 PCI Express 2.0 or 3.0 for video cards. I can imaged that will be blast with 7 video card to highest max on PC along with 64 GB of RAM. I think it will be nice to have that kind of motherboard from MSI.

"I think that only two of the slot are PCIE 3.0 compliant,  cant' confirm that. I'm also seeing that indeed, Sandy Bridge E processors natively support PCIe3.0 cards if and when available. As for the cards, the max on gaming cards is four, and this board is equipped to handle them. I want to point out that this is a XL-ATX board and your gonna need a hefty case."

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