Ya, that deal was up for like an hour lol...
btw you can only sli 2 9600 gt's... they are not capable of tri or quad sli.
The 680i is good, but if your going to sli I hear the 780i has something like a 20% increase in sli performance?
And i think you can get XFX 780i's cheaper then Evgas...
Newegg.com - XFX MB-N780-ISH9 LGA 775 NVIDIA nForce 780i SLI Intel Motherboard - Retail
Well it was when i was looking at it .... now it just has a bigger MIR.
All those bad ratings for the 680i are due to the fact that 50% get great boards... and the other half get DOA boards.. lol
I don't really know the parts, I have no clue about the 780i. Lol, are there cheaper EVGA or Good OC'ing Mobo's out there that support SLi and are under $200? I saw the 680i from Evga, but it had very bad ratings and people didn't like it, how is the 680i? It's like $159 verse $249.
Well i thought after 7 pages you might of known what you were deciding between.
Are you set on 9600 GT sli? because you can just get 1 8800 gts g92 and you should be fine and then you don't have to get the sli boards. We have been through this a few times, its how much you want to spend that matters and how much more performance you want. Sli 9600 gt's will give you better performance then 1 8800 gts g92 but it will be more expensive. Some would say not so much more expensive though that it is not worth it.