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    EVGA shows off dual-CPU Sandy Bridge E board

    96GB of RAM, PCIe 3.0 bridge chip, and lots, lots more.
    Watch the show.

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    Re: EVGA shows off dual-CPU Sandy Bridge E board

    Would love to see some benchmarks on this one. And would love to see more manufacturers to come up with boards like that. SLI + Dual CPU, now that's fun

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