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Old 11-27-2007, 10:01 PM   #1
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http://www.intel.com/products/mother...38BT/index.htm
what do you guys think about this bored? any one have it?
also it says crossfire i can still use an nvidia card with no problem right?
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Old 11-27-2007, 10:06 PM   #2
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Default Re: intel 38x

1. crossfire\sli will work
2. looks great, all intel boards do great
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ITS BOARD
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lol sorry board*****************
think i might pick this up just wanted to make sure my 8800gt will work nicely
i cant seem to find it on newegg =/ any links?
also i can overclock with this bored correct?
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the nvidia card will work fine but it is NOT an sli board soo you can not put two nvidia cards in only one
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its just not sli certified, toms hardware did a test a board that wasnt sli certified but had 2 PCI-E slots and it worked\performed just as good as any other board they compared it to.

although i would highly go against SLi, for poor FPS\$ ratio
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yh but saying that i wouldnt trust sli in a crossfire board incase of problems, and i thought that sli had better fps then crossfire thats way its so popular.
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its just not sli certified, toms hardware did a test a board that wasnt sli certified but had 2 PCI-E slots and it worked\performed just as good as any other board they compared it to.

although i would highly go against SLi, for poor FPS\$ ratio
no im just making sure for what ever reason
cuz im a nvidia guy i never used sli
most likely never will just want it there just in case
any one find this bored on newegg?
btw ddr3 and pcix16.2 is going to be sweet =P
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