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 “Intel DX79SI” motherboard with X79 Chipset for new Sandy bridge cpu's

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PostSubject: “Intel DX79SI” motherboard with X79 Chipset for new Sandy bridge cpu's   Mon Sep 19, 2011 12:12 am




Intel has displayed a new Motherboard featuring the X79 Chipset and
Water Cooling Solutions for its Upcoming Sandy Bridge-E Processors at
the IDF 2011 Event.




The new motherboard “Intel DX79SI” is features the X79 Chipset and
LGA 2011 Socket to support the Sandy Bridge-E processors which will
release in Q4 2011. The X79 being the successor to the old X58 chipset
would become the new flagship platform from Intel available to the
desktop users.

Coming to the Specs, The DX79SI consists of Eight DDR3 DIMM Slots (4
on each sides of the socket) allowing for Quad Channel memory support
which allows for 33% Bandwidth gain over Tri Channel and 100% gain over
Dual Channel memory configurations. The VRM and Power Area is
concentrated on North and South side of the socket where typically the
northbridge is located on other boards. Both areas of the VRM are
equipped with Passive Heatsinks so heat wont be an issue on this board.

The CPU Socket also has a backplate which will allow for easier
installation of Massive heatsinks. The board includes 3 PCI-e 3.0 x16
slots (16x,8x,8x electrical), One PCI-e 3.0×1 and a single PCI Slot. The
X79 Chipset is located at the Southbridge area which also comes
equipped with its own heatsink featuring a Skull logo which is also seen
on many of Intel’s High End X58 boards.

Being an Enthusiast level board, Intel did include some overclock
friendly features such as LED Post indicator, Power/Reset buttons.
Storage includes two SATA 3 6GBps ports and two SATA 2 3Gbps ports due
to removal of SAS port. Backpanel I/O features USB 3.0 ports on the I/O
panel, six USB 2.0 ports, a Firewire port, five audio ports with an
optical SPDIF output, two Intel Gigabit LAN ports and a clear CMOS
switch. All this comes in an ATX package, Release date is expected when
Sandy Bridge-E is released.







Next up is Intel’s own branded Water Cooling Solution for its Sandy bridge-E Processors. It was already revealed by us here that
Intel would not ship its CPU with stock cooler and hence consider
shipping them separately. The new RTS2011LC CPU Water Cooler has
been manufacturer by Asetek (A Renowned Water Cooling Manufacturer), The
Cooler uses a Cooper Block heatsink which houses the pump and is
equipped with flexible tubes which run their way inside
the reservoir which includes a 120mm which cools the liquid. The Intel
logo on top of the heatsink has a blue LED which lids up when the PC is
powered ON.

The Heatsink although made for LGA2011 is also compatible with the
older sockets such as LGA1155, LGA1156, and LGA1366. It would be
made available with Sandy Bridge-E Launch at a price of 99$.



















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