Asus Officially Launches P6T7 WS SuperComputer Motherboard

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david24153

Hey Matthewsmith...check out online stores before you buy. $2,300.00! You've got to be kidding. NewEgg has it listed for $449.00 and in stock. Just think of all the other cool things you could have added...like water cooling.

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matthewsmith

I just bought this MO and built my computer with it.

First this MO is very pricy, it has cost me almost $2,300 for the MO alone! It plays Crysis on the highest settings perfectly and over 20 other games I have tested on it, it will play every game at it's fastest. So far it is completely stable. I even overclocked my CPU and it's still copletely stable. True you need a good cooling system but it's well worth the time and money. You can use this computer MO for anything, gaming, workstation, server, anything! This is what I did with my computer:

 

Insane huh?
- Custom High Performance Cables & CPU + Case Cooling
- Intel Core i7 Quad Extreme 3.20GHz(OC'd to 3.80GHz)                                                                                                                                                                                - Windows Vista Ultimate SP2
- 24GB DDR3 2000MHz Ultra High Performance Mushkin RAM(4GB x 6)
- 4x 300GB 10,000RPM Western Digital VelociRaptor SATA HD RAID 0 (
Performance )
- 2x 2TB Western Digital "Green Power" SATA HD RAID 0 ( Performance )
- Dual 16x LG DVD-RW + Blu-Ray Super-Multi Burner
- Dual 25.5" Widescreen Samsung 2ms LCD Monitor Digital
- Triple SLI EVGA 295GTX PCI-E 2.0 1792MB Video Card Dual DVI
- Intel X58 High Performance Chipset With Intel ICH10R
- Dual Onboard Realtek 10\100\1000 LAN
- Asus 7.1 D2X PCI-E Ultra High Performance Sound Card
- Logitech Illuminated Gaming USB Keyboard & Logitech Wireless Laser
Gaming Mouse
- 2x Thermaltake Toughpower 1200 Watt Power Supply
- 2x APC 1500VA UPS Battery Backup
- Logitech Z5000 5.1 Surround Sound Speakers
- Asus P6T7 Workstation SuperComputer Motherboard
- Noctua 120mm SSO Ultra-High Performance CPU Cooler
- 8x USB 2.0 Ports
- 2x E-SATA Port
- 2x SAS Ports
- 1x SPDIF Optical Audio Port
- 1x Coaxial Audio Port
- NOD32 Anti-Virus 4.0
- Diskeeper Professional Edition

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DRAGONWEEZEL

Performance ROCKS.

 I can't say the same for stabillity.  The chipset runs as hot as the CPU and i920's aren't cool.  I think they sit around 50/54 cpu/chipset idle and ~ 75/66 load.  I've not needed a new case in years, but I may try a new case to help eliminate heat.  It doesn't help that the chipset sits directly under the videocard. 

I have to say one thing though, the system as a whole is friggin fast!

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linux_dork

I think it's BRILLIANT for them to put "SuperComputer" right on the box.  I want it even MORE because of that.  It's like a geek-trophy.  I'd leave the box sitting on my mantle. 

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teh 1337 haxxor

Yes, but how fast will it play crysis???

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praetor_alpha

Wow, this is the first motherboard that I have seen that has the balls to totally drop PCI, and go all PCI-E. Motherboards that have a x16 slot, then a x1 immediately below, then the rest PCI just make me want to strangle something.

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robnelsen

Looks like the heart of the next Dream Machine...

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pcwizmtl

*gargle* *gargle* drooooool

mmmmmm supercomputer....

*gargle*

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Defiant

My P6T Deluxe V1 cried when it saw this.  I can only imagine how much its going to cost.

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DBsantos77

This is definitely above $1000

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Seana7a7

About $400

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Denis63

I almost died when i saw the picture, it reminds me of the "perfect" motherboard that MaxPC had in one of their issues a while back 

Who will be the first to get some of these, load them up with some GTX295's and crank out some serious points.        -Denis

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Defiant

Me :)

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Zoomer

Though you KNOW somebody out there will just jump on the Hydra chip and fill all other available slots with GTX295s or 4870x2s. That would be sweet, but SO overkill. WOOT!

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Furie

Seems like the recipe for a beautiful folding machine to me :P

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