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Old 09-10-2008, 12:28 PM   #11 (permalink)
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well i very rarely get the video coruption bug like maybe 1 or 2 times a mont but when it happens it ****es me right off it dont even blue screen it just freezes. i can say i really really miss my maximus formula <3
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Yeah but you have a Q6600 not a wolfdale. I imagine its worse working with the wolfdale, or so I've heard.
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if you payed atention i was technicaly not recomending an sli board lol not defending mine.
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680i WILL in fact support a dual core 45nm, just not quad cores.
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I don't know about switching to ati. i never really have liked them for some strange reason. but if i had to get a new mobo right now then what would you suggest? it needs to be like 100-150 and suport for 45nm quads.
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biostar tforce (dont know if this is as good as the tpower) or asus p5q pro (not as good as the deluxe). both are in that price range.
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I have the Biostar TP45. A good midrange p45 mobo.
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wow those p45 boards are cheap compared to the sli mobo's. but the only thing is i wont be able to sli with it.
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Crossfire is better anyway.
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there is something about the ati cards i don't like. perhaps it's there color scheme? but i think i'm sticking w/ nvidia even in their time of distress.
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