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MSI P6N SLI Platinum

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Jipa 28th March 2007, 11:19 Quote
SLI-selector, OMG manufacturers are really going retro! First the double-fan green PCB-monster and now this. Strange times we live, strange times..
BUFF 28th March 2007, 12:25 Quote
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Originally Posted by Jipa
SLI-selector, OMG manufacturers are really going retro! First the double-fan green PCB-monster and now this.
with the exception of the ECS 650i which is hardwired at x8+x8 all 650i SLIs have a selector card - I guess it's nVidia trying to differentiate the cheaper 650i from the dearer 680i.


Anyway, another good review from Bit-tech.
Which BIOS did you use because there are certainly a few 500fsb on air reports on the forums using the latest?
Bindibadgi 28th March 2007, 12:33 Quote
1.1 on 13th Feb. I know our X6800 is better than our other CPUs, but I tried the E6300 and that did just as well. I honestly really couldn't work out what was wrong and I know I had not missed something. I tried really overvolting it, spectrum spread on/off and going over the limit to see if it was a FSB-hole. Nothing worked, so maybe it was our board and some batches do better than others, which is the way of the world unfortunately.
r4tch3t 28th March 2007, 14:14 Quote
Three red SATA ports??? Kewl, could use these for a project :D
Nice review as always, but shesh, 8,500 RPM??? Why?
pendragon 28th March 2007, 18:01 Quote
"Unlike overclocking, stability, was pretty damn tasty" ... lol.. I liked that line :D
BlackMage23 28th March 2007, 21:46 Quote
Great review as always. Are you guys gona do a review on the P6N ?
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