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    DFI LanParty RDX200 CF-DR (crossfire) UK

    http://www.cpucityshop.co.uk/product...b9e11caaf9645c

    Stock ETA 29th August

    Chipset: RDX 200+SB450 ATI Multi VPU support

    Socket-939 for AMD Athlon64 and Athlon64 FX51 to FX55+ and Athlon X2 processors

    128-bit Dual-channel memory architecture

    4 x 184-pin DIMM sockets 4GB in max.

    Supports unbuffered, single/double-side DDR-266/333/4001 DIMMs

    Supports x8/x16, non-ECC and up to 512Mb DDR devices

    2 PCI Express#16 slots

    For MVP mode, 1 #16 slots operate as x8 ,another #16 slot operates as x8

    For Single VGA mode, 1 #16 slot operates as x16, another #16 slot operates as x2

    1 PCI Express#1 slot
    £156.26 + delivery


    holy sheet!!

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    Hmmm, I cant find that board here in the States...I wonder if it will be available here???

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    i hope this clocks as well - if not better than the sli-dr boards!

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    £156.26 how does this compare with the sapphire pure board?

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    Up to 512mb ddr devices? Does that mean it can't handle 1gb sticks??

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    Quote Originally Posted by skuzgib
    Up to 512mb ddr devices? Does that mean it can't handle 1gb sticks??
    That would seem to be in conflict with:
    4 x 184-pin DIMM sockets 4GB in max
    But i dont really get what x8 and x16 mean, unless its the number of chips per stick?

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    Quote Originally Posted by herulach
    That would seem to be in conflict with:

    But i dont really get what x8 and x16 mean, unless its the number of chips per stick?
    Isn't x8 and x16 the speed of the PCIe?

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    I think thats the line below.
    2 PCI Express#16 slots

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harlequin_uk
    £156.26 + delivery


    holy sheet!!
    That is DFI so will be the top end of prices plus the exclusivity factor. No one in their right mind is gonna spend that kind of cash (and not go SLI) unless they know something about R520 that we don't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by herulach
    That would seem to be in conflict with:
    2gb sticks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by iranu
    No one in their right mind is gonna spend that kind of cash (and not go SLI) unless they know something about R520 that we don't.
    err actually they will go Crossfire not SLi ...

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    Strangely DFI haven't got this on their website.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BUFF
    err actually they will go Crossfire not SLi ...
    read my post carefully again.
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    I guess the whole spec is just plain dodgy.. better off waiting for the features to solidify in a review before thinking about it...

    and £150 for a mobo?!?! ()*U£)$&(£*&^("U)£*!_(£"! You can bloody get a 3500+ at that price..
    Me want Ultrabook


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    Quote Originally Posted by skuzgib
    Up to 512mb ddr devices? Does that mean it can't handle 1gb sticks??
    I think it refers to the graphics cards - DDR memory sticks are usually refered to as 'modules' when I see it - and yep it would conflict with the 4gb max for 4 slots lol


    Man we live in such a ripoff country - with that exact price without shipping, it would currently cost the americans $283.49

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