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    MSI Big Bang XPower II X79 Monstrosity Smiles For The Camera

    MSI is among the most secretive companies with their socket LGA2011 motherboard early information as the big Sandy Bridge-E day approaches (mid-November), yet we managed to score some early pictures of their top-end product from our spy-satellites and a network of cold war era retirees. Enter the MSI Big Bang XPower II, the company's top-tier socket LGA2011 motherboard for enthusiasts. This board is designed in the XL-ATX form-factor, and will fit in cases with at least 10 expansion slot bays. Thanks to the added board area, it's able to accommodate both a strong VRM, and high room for expansion (with eight DDR3 memory slots and seven PCI-Express slots).




    To begin with, the LGA2011 socket is powered by a 24-phase VRM that makes use of driver-MOSFETs, solid-chokes, and High-C POSCAP capacitors. The memory is powered by a 4-phase VRM. The board draws power, apart from the 24-pin ATX, from two 8-pin EPS connectors, and an optional 6-pin PCIe (to stabilize PCIe slot power delivery). We can see many accessories to this VRM, such as phase-loading LEDs, and consolidated voltage measurement points. We are particularly intrigued by the design of the heatsinks over the VRM and chipset. The one over the VRM looks like the barrels of a Gatling gun, while the one over the chipset looks like a small piece from an ammo belt. You will either love it or detest it.



    Moving on to expansion, although the LGA2011 processor gives out 32 PCI-Express 3.0 lanes for graphics, the board is facing a lane budget deficit to wire its seven PCI-Experss x16 slots. Perhaps there is a PCI-Express bridge chip to give out additional lanes. The lane configuration is not known.


    With storage connectivity, this board will give you a total of six SATA 6 Gb/s ports, from which two come from the X79 PCH, and four from additional controllers. Apart from the two 6 Gb/s ports, the X79 chipset also gives out four SATA 3 Gb/s ports. There are no eSATA ports. The board has a total of eight USB 3.0 ports, all driven by Renesas-made controllers, out of which four are on the rear panel, and four by internal headers. A nice touch here is that the front-panel headers are angled and laid beside the SATA port clusters.




    The board features a high SNR (signal-noise-ratio) HD audio CODEC (probably ALC889), backed by Creative's X-Fi MB2 software that gives it even higher fidelity and more features. X-Fi MB2 software works on top of the HDA CODEC's native drivers, and so there is zero scope for any audio driver-related problems. The CODEC is wired to 8+2 channel analog outputs, optical and coaxial SPDIF outputs. There are two gigabit Ethernet connections, and surprisingly, both are driven by Intel-made gigabit Ethernet controllers. One of the two is driven by a compact 8257x series chip wired to the chipset's GbE lane, while the other is a full-fledged PCIe GbE controller. Both are backed by Intel's solid ProNetwork software and low-overhead drivers. Firewire and USB 2.0 make for the rest of the connectivity.



    The MSI BigBang XPower II will be backed by a feature-rich UEFI firmware. Expect it to be among the most premium LGA2011 boards.

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    Default Re: MSI Big Bang XPower II X79 Monstrosity Smiles For The Camera

    OMG ¤¤¤¤ing awesome board.

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    Default Re: MSI Big Bang XPower II X79 Monstrosity Smiles For The Camera

    That is one sick board.

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    Default Re: MSI Big Bang XPower II X79 Monstrosity Smiles For The Camera

    So gonna buy this with IVY-Bridge processors. Its too much hardware in a one package, could be damn expensive

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    Default Re: MSI Big Bang XPower II X79 Monstrosity Smiles For The Camera

    I got the 2nd pic last night and got the whole album this morning from MSI Europe page!!
    Awesome board!!

    ---------- Post added at 09:42 ---------- Previous post was at 09:41 ----------

    BTW, it's v1.0,not the final one.
    The final one would be 1.1


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    Default Re: MSI Big Bang XPower II X79 Monstrosity Smiles For The Camera

    No USB3? awww

    Looks nice though.

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    Default Re: MSI Big Bang XPower II X79 Monstrosity Smiles For The Camera

    Quote Originally Posted by Wintereise View Post
    No USB3? awww

    Looks nice though.
    Quote Originally Posted by Arif69 View Post
    The board has a total of eight USB 3.0 ports, all driven by Renesas-made controllers, out of which four are on the rear panel, and four by internal headers. A nice touch here is that the front-panel headers are angled and laid beside the SATA port clusters.
    Renesas though, I wonder when USB 3.0 will be driven natively

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    Default Re: MSI Big Bang XPower II X79 Monstrosity Smiles For The Camera

    I need to lrn2read, it seems.

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    Default Re: MSI Big Bang XPower II X79 Monstrosity Smiles For The Camera

    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    Renesas though, I wonder when USB 3.0 will be driven natively
    only on the IVY-Bridge next year >>>http://www.anandtech.com/show/4830/i...ecture-exposed

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    Default Re: MSI Big Bang XPower II X79 Monstrosity Smiles For The Camera

    tooo much military crap on the HS.

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    Default Re: MSI Big Bang XPower II X79 Monstrosity Smiles For The Camera

    Ei board ta thik moton jano price kore!! Amar kina dekhi must hoye gese eita.

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    Default Re: MSI Big Bang XPower II X79 Monstrosity Smiles For The Camera

    Quote Originally Posted by minitt View Post
    tooo much military crap on the HS.
    Yea, I wonder when people will stop falling for this marketing crap and we will finally see clean 'ad' free designs. They all use high quality components these days, so choosing to use a lower quality component will automatically give the market to the others.

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    MSI Launches the Big Bang-XPower II X79 Motherboard
    After a few months of teasing, MSI's newest Big Bang series motherboard, the XPower II, has now been officially introduced, and is marketed as the perfect solution for 'xtreme' overclockers and gamers. Powered by Intel's X79 chipset, the XPower II supports Sandy Bridge E processors and features a 22-phase PWM design with Hybrid Digital Power for an output of up to 770 W, Military Class III components (Hi-c CAP, SFC, Solid CAP, DrMOS II), dual 8-pin CPU power connectors, plus seven PCI-Express x16 (four are PCIe 3.0, the rest are 2.x) slots enabling 4-way SLI or Quad CrossFireX GPU setups.




    MSI's flagship X79 board also has a SuperPipe-enhanced passive cooling system, eight DDR3-2400 memory slots supporting up to 128 GB of RAM, PCIe 'CeaseFire' switches, V-check points, a Direct OC button, six SATA 6.0 Gbps and four SATA 3.0 Gbps ports, dual Gigabit Ethernet, Realtek ALC892 7.1-channel audio (backed by Creative's Sound Blaster X-Fi MB2 solution), six USB 3.0 ports (four on the back panel, two via a header next to a PCIe power connector), a debug LED, Click BIOS II (UEFI), Multi-BIOS, one FireWire connector, and the Winki 3 instant-on OS.

    MSI didn't say how much the Big Bang-XPower II costs but we found it on pre-order priced at 431.35 Euro.

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    Some screenshots and features:



    Rear IO connectivity:
    1. 1 x PS/2 keyboard/mouse port
    2. 1 x Clear CMOS button
    3. 6 x USB 2.0/1.1 ports
    4. 4 x USB 3.0/2.0 ports
    5. 2 x RJ-45 port (Intel 82579V and Intel 82574L Gigabit Ethernet)
    6. 1 x Firewire
    7. 1 x optical S/PDIF Out connector
    8. 1 x coaxial S/PDIF Out connector
    9. 6 x audio jacks (Center/Subwoofer Speaker Out, Rear Speaker Out, Side Speaker Out, Line In, Mic In, Line Out)





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    Reviews: Guru3D , HardwareHeaven


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    Motherboard ta dekhi anek jhilik maray?



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    i now knw which motherboard and platform i will be going for next CPU/MB upgrade

    the preorder pricing is also very impressive for and tempting

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