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    Reviews - ASUS Rampage III GENE review - mastering mATX

    Just how good can a small-form-factor board be? We find out.
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    Decent mobo .. thank God they didn't go with the blue and .. light blue PCB colour of i7 motherboards.

    If anyone is wondering about the Intel cooler, ....

    "Introduced with the retail Core i7-980X EE processor kit, the Intel DBX-B Advanced Thermal Solution (ATS) offers two user-defined cooling profiles: Quiet (Q) and Performance (P).

    Four 8mm copper heat-pipe rods connect to the copper base in a traditional 'U' design, and the 100mm Nidec UltraFlo fan glows with a blue LED similar to past Extreme Edition coolers.

    Switched to Quiet-mode the Intel DBX-B cooler produces 20 dBA @ 800RPM, while Performance-mode creates a very-audible 35 dBA @ 1800RPM.


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