Only nvidia chipset mobo can run sli ??

hunter315

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nVidia chipsets are known to have issues, there is a reason that nVidia no longer produces its own chipsets for normal desktop usage. nVidia chipsets have not been recommended in a long time especially since the newer intel chipsets have supported SLI and now some AMD ones do as well meaning there are much better options.
 

hameem 1

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yea, but the 2 mobos you have listed before are too expensive for me :(
the msi nf750, hybrid SLI only runs at x8 x8 not dual x16 but that doesnt sacrifice too much, right?
is there is any thing "much expensive ? $)
 

ps3hacker12

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why in vest in such old technology... and anyway the AM3/am3+ boards i listed support AM2+ processors too... man you got ripped off on that board.
 

ps3hacker12

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well it won't support future processors, it uses HT2 it doesn't have USB3 it doesnt have SATA6GB/s and XFX don't give support for that board anymore, (since it was released 2007/2008). Also it only supports AM3 processors with up to a 95W threshhold as well as that mobo having issues with not being able to unlock cores (its a bad overclocker too).

and ofcourse it runs on an Nvidia chipset (which pales in comparison to the AMD chipsets).
 

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