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Originally Posted by kwijibo"Four DDR2 memory slots supporting up to 32GB of DDR2-800 memory;"
Wow, how did you miss that typo? Relaying false information is never a good thing.
Originally Posted by DougEdeyDo you mind if I ask why there are two CDs? Most only have one for the drivers and so on.
Originally Posted by Tim SWe're interested in your feedback on some of the improvements we've made to the way we relay the information to you. If you've got any constructive comments or suggestions, please shout up.
Originally Posted by DXR_13KEreally? never seen so much ram on a computer, er....haven't noticed so much ram in a computer before....
ASUS M2N32-SLI Deluxe WiFi Edition:
Four DDR2 memory slots supporting up to 8GB of DDR2-800 memory
Originally Posted by DougEdeyNature: Look in the forums there are people using ATi card on nVidia boards and nVidia cards on ATi boards.
If someone is going from 939 to AM2 or something they may want an ATi board but keep their nVidia card.
Originally Posted by NatureWhy do you guys test an Nvidia card on a Crossfire board? You did the same thing with that vanilla saphire board. Don't you think these crossfire boards have an affinity for ATi cards? I just couldn't see people going out and buying a 7900GTX with this board. Maybe the benchmarks would be more competitive with an ATi card on an Ati board like the Asus MVP strapped with an Nvidia card. Yes/no?
And I did see the dual card benchmarks with the 1900xtx's...
Originally Posted by DXR_13KElike a nail in the head :D head shot!!!!
if i have a 7900GTX and i want to buy an AMD AM2 system i think i will keep my Graphic card for a while:D
this benchmarks shows how this board works with this choice.
Originally Posted by NatureI see your points and agree, But if you have a 7900gtx or other high end Nvidia GPU(s) you would probobly buy an SLi board, right?
Originally Posted by Da DegoWhy? SLI is (pardon my heresy) a waste of good money and resources. I'd rather just buy a good card now and buy a good card next generation to replace it. :)
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