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    Looks like ASUS want a piece of this cake...

    Looks like a copy of the Zotac D-E mobo, but was it that hard to solder a DVI port like zotac did ?
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...SUS-_-13131408
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    i just got my hands on this board a few days ago, so far it is awesome. It has a HDMI port instead of DVI, which is fine with me since it's part of a htpc build.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blk02si View Post
    i just got my hands on this board a few days ago, so far it is awesome. It has a HDMI port instead of DVI, which is fine with me since it's part of a htpc build.
    could you let me know how it works out? I am considerIng getting one to replace my 945gclf

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    A pci slot seems cheap nowadays
    Now Galileo is real. Muhahahahaha :p

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    Quote Originally Posted by sergatiuk View Post
    was it that hard to solder a DVI port like zotac did ?
    Why does it matter when it has an HDMI port instead?
    You can just use a HDMI to DVI cable/adapter

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    Yes HDMI is actually better than DVI because HDMI can carry audio through the cable also.

    Here is mine so far:

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    Here is an updated pic, I put a really quiet 80 mm fan over the heat sink and ram to keep both cooled. It's much quieter now. I see why Asus put a small 40mm fan embedded in the heat sink, it is to retain the 1U server height restriction. Fortunately I am using a 2U size chassis
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    what is the power requirements for this board. i found alot of specs for it but that one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blk02si View Post
    Fortunately I am using a 2U size chassis
    What cabinet are you using?

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    what do you think about putting one in the car ?

    it seems to good to be true ! ,
    in my country it's price is abit less than double from the D945GCLF2,
    worth the money ?

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