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Old 01-27-2008, 02:44 PM   #11
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besides the ddr3 i wouldnt say that
there both great boards just whats more important to you
the ability to use sli or ddr3
Well if overclocking potential or overall stability is important to you, then you'll get the X38.
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but at what cost? the price of ddr3 is through the roof, and correct me if im wrong, but isnt the 7xx series supposed to be a competetor to the X38 chipset?
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Well if overclocking potential or overall stability is important to you, then you'll get the X38.
stability? who said the 780i o/c and stability isn't rock solid
its better then 680i and that was great
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Old 01-28-2008, 06:41 AM   #14
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there both great boards one of them gets that triple sli though!
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there both great boards one of them gets that triple sli though!
is that the new feature all these dam kids have been raving about

tripple sli is the biggest wast lol
but sli is pretty kool
and the fact that ddr3 ram is like 250
and ddr2 is like 40 bucks for 4G is crazy
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Old 01-28-2008, 06:52 AM   #16
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ill prolly never sli again just buy a great card two is a waste of money they will become outdated.
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stability? who said the 780i o/c and stability isn't rock solid
its better then 680i and that was great
It's a fact that the X38 is much more stable than the 780i. Intel's chipsets are always more stable than nVidia's. The only reason to get 780i is for SLI.
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