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Oct 02, 10 at 1:44am
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I disagree, if you are going to contest with the big bang, then pit it to the supercomputer, the bloodrage(yes I know it's not as pcie expansive), the classified and the ud9. .

Also a better cooler would be needed if you wanted to pit extreme boards, you'd need to see what you could max out at and not cap to 1.375. Now that would be a round up that the rampage 3 I wouldn't mind to see thrown in too. Of course though this wouldn't be a review then, it would be an over clocking contest lol. I don't think a Big Bang would stretch the voltage much more for his cpu if any.


I was able to push the p6x58D-Premium to 21*228bclk before it was wigging on me. Might be able to get that higher too.



Sep 29, 10 at 7:23am
Vagabond


quote riiaku
shame on you for not including the MSI Big bang Xpower motherboard. That would have made the review complete.
I'm with you. I would love to get my hands on a Big Bang Xpower!



Sep 29, 10 at 6:39am
riiaku


shame on you for not including the MSI Big bang Xpower motherboard. That would have made the review complete.



Sep 29, 10 at 4:04am
leochan


It's a showdown of the high performance, high priced Intel X58 motherboards here at Neoseeker. Under the spotlight in our latest roundup review is the ASUS P6X58D Premium, ASUS Rampage III Formula, and the Gigabyte X58A-UD3R socket 1366 motherboards, all packed with connectivity and performance features designed to help enthusiasts squeeze the most out of Intel X58-based systems. See how they stack up against one other by hitting the link below!





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