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    Any news on Intel edition nforce mainboards yet ?

    I recently read the review of the base board from intel on this site with the 570/590 sli clipsets on them, Just wondering when we can expect to see these boards available retail...

    Looking to build a new system with a coreduo processor but want sli functionality which the 965/975 chipsets don't appear to support.. (unless i'm being a total noob) wondered how long i'm going to be waiting to build my system

    anyway, does anyone have any info / links ? or want to point me in the direction of a fairly high end 965/975 with sli functionality....

    I don't want ati/crossfire

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    lets hope nVidia ditch the idea for our sanity.

    there's nothing wrong with ATI/Crossfire technology, as a matter of fact, ATI's cards still out perform nVidia's with ATI soon releasing the X1950 just further dominating their position in performance.
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    ahhaaaa

    found an nforce4 board that has support apparently asus p5n32-sli se deluxe, may wait for the nforce 5 boards anyway tho...

    I know there is nothing wrong as such with ati, I just have bad experiences with crappy drivers and cards from them in the past, constantly hear of driver issues with them even now. Never had a problem with nvidia so will stick with em until they give me a reason not too

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    A better question... when are they all going to sit down and agree on a single dual graphics specification so we don't all have to worry about it any more?

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    with the ATI/AMD deal on the cards, those boards look like more of a reality than a ever before.

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