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    Abit Fatal1ty AN8 SLi S939 NF4 thoughts

    Just wondered what everyones thoughts were on the subject item? I still have not got my mobo yet so this one could be an option over the DFI lanparty SLI-D.

    Has anyone used or seen any good reviews on it?

    Cheers all.

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    Read the hexus review, they managed 320 fsb stable
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnr892
    Read the hexus review, they managed 320 fsb stable
    They haven't done the SLi (either Fatality or the regular AN8 Sli) yet - only the Fatality Ultra.
    The Fatality SLi at least has 3.55Vdimm available which solves 1 of the Hexus complaints about the Ultra.

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    sorry, still impressive though, i suspect the sli version to have similar capabilities
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    I'm afraid of Abit after all the problems they had with their first A64 motherboards. They really sucked big time.
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    My KV8 Pro 1.1 runs very nicely (I know that you had probs) & reports on the NF8 are very positive (even from people who also have/had DFI nF3s).

    I've just ordered an AN8 Ultra so we'll see how that goes when it comes into stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StormPC
    I'm afraid of Abit after all the problems they had with their first A64 motherboards. They really sucked big time.
    Abit seem to have sorted themselves out from those boards. I have an the non-sli fatality AN8, and its brilliant

    Edit: I do agree with the bloke below though, the whole "leet" motherboard thing isn't particularly cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by StormPC
    I'm afraid of Abit after all the problems they had with their first A64 motherboards. They really sucked big time.
    Heh, I'm afraid of all things that have the name of a gaming "geek" written all over them to make the user feel like they are also an "uber gamer"!

    Is this "fashion" going to continue? Or will Abit drop the Fatal1ty range when he finally gets a whooping?!

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    He already got a whooping of rocketboy (i think that's his name)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allen

    Is this "fashion" going to continue? Or will Abit drop the Fatal1ty range when he finally gets a whooping?!

    I'm pretty certain that he has recently signed a deal with another manufacturer of different hardware (Creative iirc) so i guess it's going to continue ...

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