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Originally Posted by ArticleMoving around the board, there are six 3-pin fan headers thatb with the exception
Originally Posted by JADSI couldn't live without my dual monitors so if I wanted SLI + nVidia physics + dual monitors I'd need four graphics cards.
Wouldn't it be better to re-bench the motherboards graphically with the 8800GTX? That way it becomes CPU limited?
Originally Posted by KrikkitWell that's not strictly true - you can use the 2 DVI ports on the primary graphics card, or on the secondary one for a monitor (possibly even each), so you'd only need 3 graphics cards for a Quad-monitor setup with incredible physics too.
Originally Posted by TimI think we're going to be sticking with 7900 GTX for a bit for dual card testing, since ATI doesn't have anything that can really be 'fairly' compared to GeForce 8800 GTX. After all, we're testing the mobo here, not the graphics performance necessarily. However, we might move the single card testing to a single 8800 GTX, since it's probably the choice right now.
Originally Posted by BUFFabit IN9 32X-MAX £165, Asus Striker £260.
Can there really be £95 worth of difference? ...
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