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    ASUS Rampage IV Extreme "Black Edition" - Where?

    Where I can buy this card? It seems to be better than the normal ASUS Rampage IV Extreme..

    http://rog.asus.com/224992013/rampag...h-exclusivity/


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    The RIVE "Black Edition" is not a product for purchase, you're wanting to get the Rampage IV Black Edition, which combines both the Formula and Extreme Edition boards and packs in more features too it will be up for sale in October, there are little details because it's still being worked on

    http://rog.asus.com/261852013/rampag...1-motherboard/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Myk SilentShadow View Post
    The RIVE "Black Edition" is not a product for purchase, you're wanting to get the Rampage IV Black Edition, which combines both the Formula and Extreme Edition boards and packs in more features too it will be up for sale in October, there are little details because it's still being worked on

    http://rog.asus.com/261852013/rampag...1-motherboard/
    That's awesome! I will build my PC with LGA 2011 when in my USA travel (I'm Brazillian) and I will arrive arround October-15 and leave October-30.

    Maybe I will I be able to buy this card..

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikaelmsk View Post
    That's awesome! I will build my PC with LGA 2011 when in my USA travel (I'm Brazillian) and I will arrive arround October-15 and leave October-30.

    Maybe I will I be able to buy this card..
    Awesome, please do share some pics when you buy it/build the system
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    The image you are seeing was a special board made for a custom build (show) I seem to recall.

    The new board will be out quite soon I am sure.

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    Wow. Now that is an awesome board. I just found my 2014 build mobo.
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    I want this mobo! Why Asus, did you not add a couple of Thunderbolt 2.0 ports?

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    Because it would have increased production costs and not enough people use Thunderbolt on desktop motherboards. If you do, you're in a very small minority that hasn't got enough voice share or buying power to be heard yet at the business level - so not a priority for this model. That's the truth.

    There are other models with TB if you need it that badly.
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    What Raja wrote along with the fact the Thunderbolt products are ridiculously priced. As Thunderbolt is seen as an Apple product manufacturers of these accessories feel they have a license to steal from the consumer. For wider adaption of TB on the Intel platforms the retail price of peripherals need to come down substantially.

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