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    Pointless for your average gamer.

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    LOL im just saying if i had money i would go all out!! :P

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    and then? ur going to use it as server?
    cuz thats what its designed for
    it only supports Intel Xeon cpu's

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    Quote Originally Posted by [T
    yphoon]and then? ur going to use it as server?
    cuz thats what its designed for
    it only supports Intel Xeon cpu's
    Lol well then i fail. Clearly didnt read the specs :lol:

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    http://www.atomicmpc.com.au/Gallery/...ey-show.aspx/3

    It was done a while back and the green cards wouldn't play.
    cost was ridiculous , however the sr2 looked awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [T
    yphoon]and then? ur going to use it as server?
    cuz thats what its designed for
    it only supports Intel Xeon cpu's
    Actually it can support single LGA1366 chipset too. So you can use any of the i7 series lga1366 chipset on it. But like you said that will be a waste of a perfect server motherboard, dual xeon will be pretty cool, but expensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 021llf4
    Quote Originally Posted by [T
    yphoon]and then? ur going to use it as server?
    cuz thats what its designed for
    it only supports Intel Xeon cpu's
    Actually it can support single LGA1366 chipset too. So you can use any of the i7 series lga1366 chipset on it. But like you said that will be a waste of a perfect server motherboard, dual xeon will be pretty cool, but expensive.
    go to the evga site, it says that it only supports the xeon 1366 socket cpu

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    Quote Originally Posted by [T
    yphoon]and then? ur going to use it as server?
    cuz thats what its designed for
    it only supports Intel Xeon cpu's
    I'm glad you pointed that out.
    As big as that mobo is he/she should have known that it is not a standard, gamer, or enthusiast mobo. 48GB of memory is typically a mobo for servers Typically.

    Some gaming mobos can reach that or even surpass that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [T
    yphoon]
    Quote Originally Posted by 021llf4
    Quote Originally Posted by [T
    yphoon]and then? ur going to use it as server?
    cuz thats what its designed for
    it only supports Intel Xeon cpu's
    Actually it can support single LGA1366 chipset too. So you can use any of the i7 series lga1366 chipset on it. But like you said that will be a waste of a perfect server motherboard, dual xeon will be pretty cool, but expensive.
    go to the evga site, it says that it only supports the xeon 1366 socket cpu
    Based on the Intel 5520 north bridge and Intel ICH10R south bridge, the EVGA 270-WS-W555-A2 can accommodate up to two dual-core/quad-core Intel Xeon CPU for ultimate parallel processing power. With 12 240pin memory slots, it can support up to 48 GB triple-channel DDR3 memory to significantly improve the computing capability. You'll also appreciate seven PCI Express 2.0 x16 slots supporting up to 4-way SLI or CrossFireX for outstanding graphics performance, and dual Gigabit Ethernet LAN plus next-generation USB 3.0 & SATA 6Gbps connection for bottleneck-free data transfer.

    If I can afford I would go all out to even for only gaming or surfing webs..lol...won't you?If you had $$$$$$$$$$ :P :lol:

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