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    Default ASRock Readies the Fatal1ty X79 Professional (LGA 2011) Motherboard

    ASRock Readies the Fatal1ty X79 Professional (LGA 2011) Motherboard



    Since apparently six X79 motherboards aren't enough, ASRock is now putting the finishing touches on yet another LGA 2011 model, the Fatal1ty X79 Professional. This new, gamer-oriented board supports Intel's Sandy Bridge-E processors, and features a 2oz copper PCB, Premium Gold Caps, four DDR3-2400 memory slots, ten SATA ports (six are likely 6.0 Gbps while the rest are 3.0 Gbps), and four PCI-Express 3.0 x16 slots enabling CrossFireX or 4-way SLI setups.



    ASRock's latest Fatal1ty offering also comes with one PCIe x1 and two PCI slots, six USB 3.0 ports (four on the back plate, two more via a header), a debug LED, 7.1 channel audio, two eSATA connectors, one Fatal1ty mouse port (USB 2.0, allows users to set the mouse polling rate to 500 Hz), Gigabit Ethernet, a FireWire port, and a Clear CMOS button. Moreover, the board has UEFI BIOS, extras like the XFast USB and XFast LAN technologies, and is bundled with a 3.5-inch I/O panel providing two USB 3.0 ports.



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    er cheye amar G41 ee valo, core 2 duo, quad, dual core support kore..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hamilton View Post
    er cheye amar G41 ee valo, core 2 duo, quad, dual core support kore..
    To IDE port nai dekhe cheto ken XD .

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    Actaully it will be good buy at ~$299.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arif69 View Post
    To IDE port nai dekhe cheto ken XD .
    IDE Port nai ??
    Eta ki hoilo??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    IDE Port nai ??
    Eta ki hoilo??
    lool what will you do with IDE in 2011?

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    Quote Originally Posted by naved777 View Post
    lool what will you do with IDE in 2011?
    Hhmmm, emergency uses probably?

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    Are you trolling ? ^

    What emergency uses can a IDE have in late 2011 ? That is if you don't have ancient HDDs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    What emergency uses can a IDE have in late 2011 ? That is if you don't have ancient HDDs.
    I sort of do

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    I personally want this Bullshit IDE ports out of new mobos. They ruin the looks of the mobo & have no use at least in 2011 whoever buys these mobos surly doesn't own an IDE HDD.

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    ^ Right to the point..... anyway whats the difference between this one and previous Asrock flag-ship mobo?

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    Idk, ASrock r mobo dekhi na beshi

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    Fatal1ty is uber-extreme , Shame they are expensive enough to make you drool and also very limited.

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