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    K9N SLI Platinum NF570 SLI

    has anybody got any experience or opinions on this board? i was going to go down the conroe route, but due to various mobo probs i've heard and read about i've decided to go back the other way.

    so i've come up with this, granted it's not the mutz but it'll play what i need to play and within budget(ish)

    MSI AM2 K9N SLI Platinum NF570 SLI
    AMD Athlon64 X2 4200+ 2.2Ghz
    Gigabyte Nvidia 7900GT 256Mb GDDR3, 500Mhz GPU clock, 1400Mhz MEM clock
    GeIL 1GB (2x512MB) PC6400 800MHz Ultra Low Latency DDR2 Dual Channel Kit


    all opinions gratefully apprieciated

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    I would personally go with a X1900gt over the 7900gt. Check with MSI whether that ram is compatible with that board as well. Other opinion is it's much better value for money to get a non-sli board.

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