On Monday Intel officially announced its new 28-core processor designed for extreme workstations, the Xeon W-3175X. The chip uses the company's high-end Xeon workstation/server sock, LGA3647, and as a result, new motherboards will be needed for the chip. To that end ASUS has officially announced what will be among the first boards to support the new platform, the ROG Dominus Extreme. As we noted when we covered the new Intel Xeon W-3175X 28-core processor on Monday, the ROG Dominus Extreme is advertised as having four full-length PCIe 3.0 slots, all of which have full x16 bandwidth available. This means users looking to create a cost-is-no-object and all-out gaming system can run up to four-way SLI and four CrossFire multi-graphics cards configurations, or other crazy setups...
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