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The Inquirer takes a look at Skulltrail, Intel's new SMP motherboard.
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The Inquirer wrote:There are a lot of superlatives about Skulltrail: the first to run eight CPU cores at 4GHz, and the first to fit in four PCIe x16, both physical and electrical, graphics - or other - card slots. The first to allocate more than 400W power for the processors - and even that may not be enough, as you will see here. The first to enable standard Pentium/Core2-style LGA775 cooling options on a LGA771 socket Xeon processor.
Wonder if you can put two Celerons in it?
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Looks like we can use it to heat our home.
400 watts for just he CPUs !!
At least no mice will live under the desk in the summer time.
There are *almost* no bad BP6s. There are mostly bad caps.
No BP6s remaining
ViaCPU laptop with Vista.(Works great after bumping ram to 2Gig)
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but the board have issues...it's not perfect, like BP6 is!
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hmm find me a newage BP6 and i'll buy it..
preferably with AMD cpu's.. i've grown quite fond of my 64
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