I would love to get one of those dedicated SLI x16 support. So the Southbridge is going to take control of this instead of the Northbridge. Wow, that's a change of pace. I hope they come out with this soon.
Haha, found one right here. It's the one that I posted a link for before. I think there was a member on here with this motherboard. Expensive sucker:
ASUS A8N32-SLI Deluxe Socket 939 NVIDIA nForce4 SLI X16 ATX AMD Motherboard - Retail
This is the only board I found that supports full 16x on both channels. So now we're dealing with 32x, right?
North Bridge: NVIDIA nForce SPP 100
South Bridge: NVIDIA nForce4 SLI
PCI Express x16: 2 x PCI-E x16 with SLI--support at full x16, x16 mode
What I don't understand with these motherboard support is why don't they make a SATA driver disk available? They assume that we're going to pop the CD into a working computer and grab the files off of there so we can put it on a floppy? Or perhaps the SATA driver is permanently etched in ROM? Strange...
While I'm on topic of annoying things, high performance video cards are so huge these days that when you put two of them together in SLi, it blocks all the expansion slots. I mean, WTF. They need to make more cards to use the PCI-e x1 because there's always one sitting at the top of the PCI-e x16 slot that is actually FREE and not obstructed.