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Old 09-10-2006, 01:08 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I am building a high-end gaming comp and am looking for a mobo that will support nivdia gpu and have good support for the x6800. I will give the rest of my specs so whoever decides to help me will have a good look at what I will be working with.

CPU: intel x6800
gpu: evga 7950gx2
ram: g skill 2gb ddr2 800 4-4-4-12
case: thermaltake armor black
hd: wd raptor 74gb
lcd: samsung 244t

Any and all advice is greatly appreciated =)
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And motherboard will support an nvidia video card. If you are looking for a good SLi board, you'll have to wait a few weeks I'd say.
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u should get 2 36 gb raptors instead of one 76 or if u got teh cash in wich by the looks of it u do get 2 74gb ones for raid
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And motherboard will support an nvidia video card. If you are looking for a good SLi board, you'll have to wait a few weeks I'd say.
I will b purchasing my parts in November probably and I am willing to wait for dx10 if it isnt too far off. does anybody know when it will b coming out? or should i buy a cheaper gfx card and upgrade to a dx10 card when it comes out?
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I'd buy a cheaper card now, and get a high-end one when they come out.
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