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Originally Posted by teamtd11great review.
a typo??? on the first page you said "and three PCI expansion slots" but dose't it only have two?
Two full-bandwidth PCI-Express x16 slots with SLI support, one PCI-Express x4 slot and three PCI expansion slots;
Originally Posted by koolaHmm, I think bit was biggin this board up a lil too much. Imo, it's a good board (don't get me wrong) but its positioning is horrible. Not to mention the tight space around the CPU area.
If you flavor a better designed board but are willing to sacrifice the extra 4 phase power, then the Asus M2N-SLi Deluxe is by far the better choice ;)
or input you need to purchase the optional card that plugs into the onboard header
Originally Posted by Tim SThe 8-phase PWM helps with voltage regulation (and thus overclocking) and nForce 570 SLI isn't meant to be as overclockable as nForce 590 SLI (the latter is cherry picked silicon). We will be reviewing some 570 SLI mobos this month to find out whether the myth is true or not.
Originally Posted by BindibadgiYou see, the board on the right still has the Wifi plug (in blue) above the 4pin 12v plug. It's strange, there should be no reason to change between the PCI and PCIe slot, it's not something you expect.
Originally Posted by EK-MDi3. How the heck did you manage to run some games in full HDR, with 4xAA, at a high resolution of 1600x1200, on an Nvidia 7900GTX, with a magnificent frame rate of 107.5? I though that current Nvidia cards aren't able to run games with AA and HDR both on at the same time, at a high resolution and acceptable frame rates... Unless the games in test uses that 'special approach' to beat the restraint.
Originally Posted by Tim SSource allows HDR+AA on all video cards. ;)
Here is the WiFi card specs:
Originally Posted by BindibadgiAC97? HD Audio is faaaar better. You even get options of "on the fly" DTS encoding = win win.
Originally Posted by Tim SI've personally used the wireless connection on the board, and gamed on it for some time. The pings were fine - I game over WiFi at home, too.
The main difference between the 570 SLI and 590 SLI is the number of PCI-E lanes available. Each PCI-Express x16 interconnect only has 8 lanes when using SLI mode on the 570 SLI. You can read more about the differences here: http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/2006/05/23/nvidia_nforce_5/1.html
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