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    ATI GPUs and ASUS A8N-SLi board

    Will this board:

    Asus A8N-SLi Deluxe nForce4 SLi (Socket 939) PCI-Express Motherboard

    Work correctly with an ATI X800XT?

    I have heard alot of people have had problems getting ATI cards to work with this ASUS board? Especially in SLI mode?

    I also heard alot of games wont run in SLI mode? Should i wait until fixes are release or just get one now, with an ATI card, and run it by itself until fixes are release and games are compatible with SLI?

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    Unless I've missed something... you can't run an X800 in SLI.
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    Lol. Yup, just realised that whilst making some toast.

    Being serious tho, im now thinking about going with AGP8x and an ATI X800 on an ASUS A8V Rev2 Deluxe board? Good or bad idea..? As i shouldnt see any difference between that and a PCIe setup for the moment, right?

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    There is no reason why you can't run an ATi GPU on the ASUS board.

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