These boards are all Broadwell-ready, and they're each decked out with dual PCIe x16 slots (both hanging off the CPU), an M.2 solid-state drive slot, dual Gigabit Ethernet ports, and fancy audio circuitry that's isolated from the rest of the PCB.
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