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Old 11-25-2007, 03:46 PM   #21
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not really, ive only seen good reviews for it, plenty of good points

overall the biggest problem seems to be an issue with the BIOS but that would be specific to certain models of motherboard.
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Old 11-25-2007, 03:48 PM   #22
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yea most suggest with that asus is to rollback a bios to 1301 or so..

they just have complaints about the latest ones


and a lot complain about complatability issues..

god why can't asus/msi/abit a name i trust come out with something worthwhile these days haha
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maybe it would be best to wait for the 780i and see what comes out?
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oh patience would be lovely in this case, but a new game i intend to throw my life into comes out in march aha and i doubt 780i prices will be near what i'd like by that time.
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well if not, its possible a new 680i motherboard would come out with better compatibility etc
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Old 11-25-2007, 03:52 PM   #26
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that is true, i'll just have to sit on this for a bit i guess. . wahh !

i wanted exuses to start building now !!
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i know i have every part except the motherboard since the one i choose was dead when i got it

its going to be a long wait
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all 688i boards run sli a x16 speed
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Old 11-25-2007, 06:20 PM   #29
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do you mean 680i ? if so, not they do not

if you meant 688i i've not heard of a 688..
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i was under the impression that all 680i boards ran at 16 x 2 but i've found that a lot of the lower to mid range 680i's run at 8 x 2
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