ASUS "A8N-SLI Deluxe" nForce4 SLI Chipset Motherboard For AMD Socket 939 CPU
CHAINTECH NVIDIA nForce4 Ultra Chipset Motherboard For AMD Socket 939 CPU, Model "VNF4/Ultra"
GIGABYTE "GA-K8NF-9" NVIDIA nForce4 4X Chipset Motherboard For AMD Socket 939 CPU
They all use the new nforce 4 chipset from nvidia, but what's the difference between a regular nforce 4 vs. a nforce 4 ultra?
I'm planning to build a new computer with either the Asus SLI PCI-E option, or the Chaintech PCI-E with nforce 4 ultra.
My dilema is picking between a single GPU system vs a dual GPU system. If I pick the dual GPU, I will only have one 6600GT card in for now, and add another one later. However, I'm not sure which graphics card will still be around in the furture
(so help me pick one).
The other option is the single GPU with the nforce 4 ultra. This way I can get a 6800GT since the mobo is cheaper than the SLI. But I'm not sure if the Chaintech mobo is decent.
Thanks for the help.