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Discussion in 'ASUS' started by Guest-16, 27 Jun 2011.

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  2. Zinfandel

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    Are there any uATX/M-ITX in the piplelines? A full size Crossfire capable board seems... well, almost pointless for FM1.

    Although it's a very lovely I/O panel *dribble*
     
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    There is uATX but not mini-ITX as yet. This and the EVO are the most overclocker-y though.
     
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    overclocker-y, i think bindi just invented a new word.....i actually quite like it lol
     
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    Here's the other four (the colour is a bit off on several - they should be black PCB):

    EVO (please note this is the only one that offers two 8x slots for CrossFire - we don't expect there to be a big dual-GPU market with this mainstream APU so it's limited to the most premium board):

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    But will it blend/fold/run crysis?

    And any ETA and general ideas on pricing?
     
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    ETA is end of the week when the final NDA lifts, as is pricing :)
     
  8. confusis

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    Yay! - Is there a lower end m-atx board in the pipes, in the skinnier (not full width) m-atx format? I am 90% finished planning a scratchbuild but I'd like to make sure I can upgrade to FM1 when I can afford it.. The build's using a board which isn't full width m-atx (but amd cpu, very important)..
     
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    Unfortunately not. Both boards are normal width mATX. You'll probably have to go for the ASRock board instead, I think they do one.
     
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    That's the one. It's fractionally smaller but you won't get much in the way of overclocking with 3+1 phase power and 100W APUs. :)

    Our LE is actually 0.6 inch smaller than standard, but is also 0.5 inch bigger than the ASRock

    ASRock:
    9.6-in x 8.5-in, 24.4 cm x 21.6 cm

    ASUS F1A75-M LE: http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/AMD_Socket_FM1/F1A75M_LE/#specifications
    9.6 inch x 9 inch ( 24.4 cm x 22.9 cm )

    ASUS F1A75-M:
    http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/AMD_Socket_FM1/F1A75M/#specifications
    9.6 inch x 9.6 inch ( 24.4 cm x 24.4 cm )
     
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    I think I can stretch the case to the LE but not the larger.. let me see how the SU looks, will make a su model for it for the other folks :)
     
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    Ok ASUS, you're forgiven (for now XD), I can make the skinnier board fit. Now to start saving for it... December maybe XD
     

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