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Originally Posted by EK-MDiAs soon as I read, "lack of legacy connectors on the back I/O panel", this board became my new optimum performance choice of a motherboard :). I've been waiting so long for this.
Originally Posted by RotoSequenceEvidently you havent noticed the DFI Nforce 4 SLI series - those dont have legacy either ;) Seriously, if you dont want legacy connectors, you can easily desolder the buggers (Im starting to think I may want to make TuM's PATA socket removable )
Originally Posted by TulatinDissapointing about the "maximum clock" 272 seems pretty week, especially since some of us have seen near 400 out of DFI products...
Originally Posted by RobinBenMy favorite mainboard is ASUS A8N32SLi.
Originally Posted by RobinBenABit is dead.My favorite mainboard is ASUS A8N32SLi.
Originally Posted by leprehow does the sound perform on this board?
actually i have a nf7-s and audio is very distrurbed, and with a good headset (sennheiser hd-280) that's VERY annoying! (i can hear when i move the mouse on the screen...i can even register it! :( )
Originally Posted by bigzSubjectively speaking, the sound was reasonably good - it's not a match to HD audio or Creative X-Fi quality, but MP3 playback/gaming seems alright with onboard sound.
There's certainly no interferance that I can make out through my Sennie HD570s.
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