Gigabyte EX58 EXtreme Motherboard

16th of October 2012 24

Gigabyte EX58 EXtreme Motherboard

The EX58-EXTREME is the latest high performance X58 Series motherboards of GIGABYTE, designed from the ground up to unleash the awesome power of Intels new Core i7 processors. Up to 3 VGA cards are supported for either 3 way CrossFireX™ or 3 way SLI™ action, delivering the ultimate in graphics performance for gaming enthusiasts who demand the highest frame rates without compromising on resolution
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24 great comment(s) for this post

  1. Phenomental1ty 5:26 am 16/10 of 2012

    i meant to fix my comment about that word and replace it with “sarcastic” because i have the definition of the two mixed up.

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  2. malows1234 6:07 am 16/10 of 2012

    why would you condescend a company like gigabyte? do they deserve to be condescended? think about that before you speak.

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  3. Phenomental1ty 6:23 am 16/10 of 2012

    *you’re. it’s a condescending comment about the company, you bigot.

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  4. Phenomental1ty 6:50 am 16/10 of 2012

    dude this comment was from a year ago, why reply to it now? lmao.

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  5. malows1234 6:54 am 16/10 of 2012

    gigabyte is the company’s name you fuck wit. there is no company called terabyte.

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  6. im415again 7:40 am 16/10 of 2012

    I have this board with i7 2.66, an nvidia gtx 258 VC, 3 7200 rpm hdds’, blackmagic intesity hdmi for PVR and 12 gigs ram. LOVE IT!

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  7. Zaftzy 8:14 am 16/10 of 2012

    Gigabyte motherboards vs asia motherboards or a amd phenomenon

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  8. Jozy815 8:47 am 16/10 of 2012

    gigabyte ga ma69vm-s2 amd phenom 2 support

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  9. VitalElectrocomp 9:43 am 16/10 of 2012

    Excellent !!

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  10. James O’Connor 10:41 am 16/10 of 2012

    I have a graphics card that uses pci-e x16 and a intel core 2 quad q6600 cpu. I currently have an asus pk5pl-vm. Can anyone recommend a better motherboard?

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  11. ThePresD 10:55 am 16/10 of 2012

    lol you nasty!

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  12. Corey Victor 11:26 am 16/10 of 2012

    99,999 view, hahha

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  13. Georg1979 11:48 am 16/10 of 2012

    In fact it was 2 and a half years ago. Just goes to show how time flies. And that the 1366 platform is not that young too.

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  14. Icha29072010 12:46 pm 16/10 of 2012

    Cool

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  15. thereddog223 1:44 pm 16/10 of 2012

    I preferred Logan but yeah he is better.

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  16. thereddog223 2:01 pm 16/10 of 2012

    3 years ago

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  17. MrWakoko77 2:58 pm 16/10 of 2012

    albert is the best and bauer is trash ang ignorant compare to this guy…!

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  18. illkillyoubitch 3:20 pm 16/10 of 2012

    good salesmen can sell you a peice of poop and make you happy with your purchase. Until you figure out it does nothing… cause it’s just a piece of poop.

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  19. Jak3Mac 3:26 pm 16/10 of 2012

    This was in 2008.

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  20. Phen0mable 3:39 pm 16/10 of 2012

    No USB 3.0 ??

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  21. steven4570 4:05 pm 16/10 of 2012

    yep so do i

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  22. thereddog223 4:19 pm 16/10 of 2012

    I have an x58

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  23. steven4570 5:05 pm 16/10 of 2012

    yeah but thats not out yet so technically its not obsolete..not yet anyway, if you want the ultimate setup at THIS MOMENT…x58 is what you want

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  24. thereddog223 5:36 pm 16/10 of 2012

    Ivy not sandy

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