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    ROG Guru: Brown Belt Array Brighttail PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post
    The board has two onboard M.2 slots and another two on the DIMM.2 module, totalling four, which means it can run VROC and two graphics cards. The board overclocks fine, too. The DIMM slot latches are a bit obscure, so thats the only thing you got right. Well, not quite. Getting memory into the slots is fine. You need to use the supplied tool to unlatch it when removing it, though.
    Glad you are moving towards the future because at this present time there is only one Intel m.2 905p 360ish gb drive you can use in an actual M.2 slot for VROC unless you are planning to go full optane 32/64gb drives. It is nice to see you can run 2 GPU + four M.2s tho if I read the documentation right, 3 of the M.2 come from the CPU and one comes from the DMI. So I'm assuming the GPUs would be running at x16/x8 with three m.2s from the CPU at x4 to keep below the 44 PCI-e lane threshold. To be honest I'm not sure how effective VROC is/would be over four drives, spanning 3 from the CPU and one from the DMI. So it is nice to see that this is all possible with this board even if the current type of m.2 availalbe for this purpose is relatively small. Hopefully Intel will open up VROC to other manufacturers but i'm not going to hold my breath.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReneS View Post
    Just saw that. Now if only that box was on my desk in front of me ready to open....

    EDIT: Found me a board on Amazon! It will be here in a few days. The waiting begins.
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    New ROGer Array Mikey_79 PC Specs
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    Smile Arrived!

    God, what waiting was that?
    It was no R6E to deliver since mid December.
    I thought about R6E or OMEGA for a long time and then decided on
    the OMEGA.
    Today it arrived ... what a crusher !
    Weight very heavy. Optics is very noble...
    Now I wait for the CPU and 2 RTX 2080 TI.
    It makes what. Can hardly wait to test it.
    Best regards from Germany!

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    ROG Guru: Blue Belt Array jab383 PC Specs
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    Holy F-bomb Batman! What a price! Same US$800 on Amazon and Newegg. I don't think I really need to upgrade right now.

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    I think the R6E was $650-700
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brighttail View Post
    I think the R6E was $650-700
    Got my R6E for $550 and that was a bit on the steep side.

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    ROG Guru: Brown Belt Array Brighttail PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by JustinThyme View Post
    Got my R6E for $550 and that was a bit on the steep side.
    Yeah I just checked my receipt it was $700 CAD which at the time was $550 USD.
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    The US levy on goods from China has bumped prices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post
    The US levy on goods from China has bumped prices.

    US tariffs have nothing to do with the UK where the going rate is £650 which at today's exchange rate is $850. The Newegg price is actually $750 but they are sold out, the $850 is a different seller. Cant even begin to try and figure out the percentage these days with the HTS that is thicker than a dictionary. Cost of other good sold here havent really moved. Tarrifs needed to go up to level the playing field. 2017 it was generalized and a mere 1.67% Without going to deep into an economics debate its not rocket science why the US economy went into the toilet inversely with China's now booming economy. No one expects an advantage here, just a level playing field. Hard to do when China buys precisely no US goods leaving trade deficits in the trillions. Cant hardly call a one way street fair trade.

    Bottom line is ASUS has a product they want to market at a set price. Either it will go over well if the demand is kept by starving the market or it wont.

    Having just dumped $3K on cards whose prices are driven by a severely starved market its a pay to play in the HEDT arena.
    Last edited by JustinThyme; 01-25-2019 at 05:16 AM.

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