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Old 05-31-2008, 06:14 PM   #11
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Okay now that's totally different...we're talking about Intel chipsets with Intel CPUs.
See there, the blanket statement "Intel chipsets are superior to Nvidia chipsets" is a misnomer as it only applies to Intel CPUs.


It seems FiringSquad pushed an E8500 to 4.28GHz on an EVGA 790i Ultra motherboard with nothing more than a FSB increase with an OEM Intel cooler.
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Old 06-01-2008, 12:39 PM   #12
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the 750i?
thats a beginners board
compare the 780i and 790i
im not a fanboy
You can't compare a P35 to a 780i. They're not in the same price league! My P5K would eat any 780i for breakfast.
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I don't know of any Intel chipset motherboard that runs an AMD CPU any faster/better than a Nvidia based motherboard.
Tomshardware did a comparison between the 780a and the 790FX. I think you can guess the outcome.

Nvidia can't make chipsets. That's why they want to keep SLI exclusive to their chipsets, because otherwise, nobody would buy an Nvidia motherboard, well maybe esa193...
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once amd gets their quad's sorted out, ill be moving to amd... ive always been an intel fanboy but its gotten to the point where they're just in it for the money
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Old 06-01-2008, 12:44 PM   #14
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once amd gets their quad's sorted out
B3s have been out for a couple of months. Phenom 9850 BE pwns! http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...183025&page=12
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Old 06-01-2008, 01:46 PM   #15
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See there, the blanket statement "Intel chipsets are superior to Nvidia chipsets" is a misnomer as it only applies to Intel CPUs.


It seems FiringSquad pushed an E8500 to 4.28GHz on an EVGA 790i Ultra motherboard with nothing more than a FSB increase with an OEM Intel cooler.
Now you're just being ridiculous. Of course Intel's products are going to work better together than with one of their competitors.
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You can't compare a P35 to a 780i. They're not in the same price league! My P5K would eat any 780i for breakfast.

Anyone running a Q6600 over 400 FSB 9x on a 680i?


Tomshardware did a comparison between the 780a and the 790FX. I think you can guess the outcome.

Nvidia can't make chipsets. That's why they want to keep SLI exclusive to their chipsets, because otherwise, nobody would buy an Nvidia motherboard, well maybe esa193...
Thank you...
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B3s have been out for a couple of months. Phenom 9850 BE pwns! http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...183025&page=12
They may be out, but for most people, Intel's quads are the better choice.
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Old 06-01-2008, 03:14 PM   #17
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Intel are just being the bully boy who cant get their own way here and threatening n vidia giving them basically no option , i think If N vidia dont want to share then they shouldn't have to intel should try competing fairly with their competition

Oh yeaah and this isnt anything to do with AMD , AMD are outta the picture here its to do with Intel trying to stop N vidia making chipsets for the next line of intel processors just because N vidia wont give out SLI

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i wouldn't say intel chipsets r superior
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Why you buying one then if they arent superior
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Intel are just being the bully boy who cant get their own way here and threatening n vidia giving them basically no option , i think If N vidia dont want to share then they shouldn't have to intel should try competing fairly with their competition

Oh yeaah and this isnt anything to do with AMD , AMD are outta the picture here its to do with Intel trying to stop N vidia making chipsets for the next line of intel processors just because N vidia wont give out SLI




Why you buying one then if they arent superior
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wanted to point this out
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...ipset,1940.htm
look how much the 790i sucks compared to the intel bored =/
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