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    Fins and buttons

    You'll have to look closely, because fins and buttons are all you're getting in this'un.





    So, what is it?
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    I'm thinking it's one of the Asus Core 2 supported motherboards.

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    Wrong socket - it's AM2 by the looks of the cooler bracket

    Asus Crosshair AM2 gaming motherboard NF 590 sli

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    Cool, onboard power switch - deffo a mobo of some sorts.........Asus looks a good call, with it being a black PCB, and heatpipes....altho MSI do those too don't they ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalniel
    Wrong socket - it's AM2 by the looks of the cooler bracket

    Asus Crosshair AM2 gaming motherboard NF 590 sli
    Definately http://uk.asus.com/products.aspx?l1=...83&modelmenu=1

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    Quote Originally Posted by krazy_olie
    Very nice!
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    LCD IO panel, onboard power and reset and LED's strewn throughout? Blingtastic, but I dread to think what this costs @__@

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    well when you think about the cost of a POST adapter been only about £10 if bought at a fair or from china (which from the page is all this seams to be) i'd sooner just have a POST reader i could put in any computer.... plus all they tend to do is conferm that the motherboard is dead, or its the component you already knew it was.
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    can't we go back to the days when you could google a bios number..?

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    Looks yummy, thats all im gonna say

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    This motherboard is so cool!
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    I found a price for this on a few websites, looks around £170/£180.

    Ouch.

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    not much more than the a8n32sli thing i bought and it lacks alot of featurs this board does !

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    Wow you guys are nutters. Finding that crap takes some talent :/

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    i though it was a dfi at 1st due to the black pcb and power switch on board

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    That's top dollar for a mobo - shame it will be out-of-date within 12-18 months... Is it really worth the outlay? Saying that it is rather tasty, but I could NEVER justify getting one.

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