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Old 09-13-2006, 09:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok I would like to know of a GOOD socket T (LGA775) Motherboard that supports sli and is great for Overclocking.
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Old 09-14-2006, 03:02 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Search newegg, they have reviews by people on all of their products.
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Do you want it to support core 2 duo? Cause if you do, your out of luck with the SLI.
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So there is a reason why I am building an AMD computer rather than an Intel w/ Core 2 duo.... SLI.....
Is there a reason why there are no mobos that support both sli and core 2 duo?
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I was looking for the same thing as you over the past couple of weeks, ssjgoku24.

I couldn't find any that exist so I just went and bought an Asus P5W DH Deluxe like most tech experts seem to be doing, it's Crossfire and not SLI though.

SLI isn't really a good idea from what I've read anyhow (bad value for your dollar), so it's not like it's a huge loss.
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I think the P5W only supports Crossfire at 8x as opposed to true 16x. I'd just wait for either SLI support or true Crossfire support before I bought a C2D motherboard. Besides, by then the prices should have dropped and the boards should be less buggy.
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