Published on 22nd November 2005 by
Originally Posted by RotoSequenceInteresting; I dont know if this chipset will see too much use; Nvidia has gotten rather popular with enthusiast chipsets; with how popular SLI is, its unlikely 900 chipset boards will see much acceptance without the ability to run your graphics cards in parallel without extensive driver hacks.
Originally Posted by BuuRMaNI agree with Sathy about the review of the A8N32-SLI Deluxe motherboard.
Love to read such reviews/previews. It's refreshing to read about other chipset manufacturers. Only problem with this chipset (as mentioned) is the lan speed 10/100 instead of 10/100/1000.
Also read a review at [H]ardocp about the ATI Radeon Xpress 200 chipset, that chipset dont get so much credit till now.
Hopefully there will be more competitors for Nforce so there will be more choises for the public.
Originally Posted by bigzThe board has limited overclocking ability with it being a reference motherboard. The tools aren't there to lower multipliers, and I don't have a CPU that clocks 'wonderfully' at its default multiplier, because it's too high and I get close to the limits of my cooling solution before I get to the limits of the CPU. :)
Originally Posted by NatureDoes anyone else think the Sli slots look a wee bit too close together? Looked to me like there'd be no way to get dos 7800 512's on there...
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