Friday, March 4, 2011

[PC NEWS] Gigabyte show X58A-OC

Hi, Today AltenFrost have problem with internet so I must write two post :)

today Gigabyte show new motherboard X58A-OC

what on-board ? :)

socket : 1366 (!)
PCIE-E : 4 - support 4-way CrossFireX and 3-way SLI
DDR: DDR 3 2x Triple channel (6)

And for that's all ... I think this is a Mini-ATX Mainboard

oh, and this is mainboard for OC so we have DualBIOS
photo:




price: I don't know
Source: techpowerup

30 comments:

  1. Is it me, or have computer components (especially graphics cards) become sexier and sexier over the years?

    Sure would like to know the price on that thing, though.

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  2. Now I feel depressed about my rubbish motherboard :-(

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  3. I think that is one of the prettiest motherboards I've ever seen, I don't think there's any way my case could keep it cool though LOL!

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  4. Interesting colors for a motherboard and pretty design.

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  5. Looks fancy :o, that makes me wanna throw together my own computer haha

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  6. That's very pretty, it's like computer porn.

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  7. I'm not good with building computers, but that looks frickin awesome.

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  8. cool looking board....shame it'll be hidden away

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  9. Very nice looking board. Would definitely have to use a clear side panel!

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  10. I think there going for less than 500

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  11. i want to pour orange juice over that thing

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  12. Technology moves too fast for me

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  13. following n $upporting

    comment back to hop in my loop

    therichesthappiest.blogspot.com

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  14. Я бы на стену такую красоту повесил! i wanna upon the wall this motherboard? + following.

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  15. How much do you think that would speed me up?

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  16. Wow, everythings changing so fast.

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  17. This isn't your grandaddy's mainboard. This one has orange bits.

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  18. great design for a motherboard

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