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How many regular PCI slots do you require? It could be “what the market will bare” coming into effect and AMD users demanding lower prices than intel users too. That is so wrong. The time now is Even i which came out a year later, and was basically a re-hashed i wasn’t capable of doing a good enough job. The AsRock A does that. ASRock also happens to be the company that used older Intel chipsets to support relatively new CPUs which other manufacturers didn’t.
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Computer powers off in sleep mode People tend put Phenom II with its competitive class and product generation as that of the Core i7.
It’s too new to have more than one chipset.
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ASRock also happens to be the company that used older Intel chipsets to support relatively new CPUs which other manufacturers didn’t. Well, that’s just with the new Core i7. Both Intel and AMD are equally victim to this.
All times are GMT How many regular PCI slots do you require? Antec is not a recommended brand and the earthwatts chipsst good enough for the card. There are plenty of Intel options that directly compete with AMD and do it in the same price bracket.
If anything, it’s nVidia saying “eff you” to Intel, or their fans; depends on you look at it. A corsair 980z be 908a better. Phenom II X4 or maybe Its hard to say.
I trhink it would be really cool if they came out with an AMD board that allowed the end user to be able to go with either cross-fire or sli. It most likely won’t, except for that ASRock nForce 3 motherboard.
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Only i, and that chioset dwarfed by X That’s all for now! It’s not quantity, it’s quality. Not to mention that it does not, in any way, need anything more than X58, because X58 has everything.
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That is so wrong. AMD caught up in performance to i7 as soon as another card was added.
It could be “what the market will bare” coming into effect and AMD users demanding lower prices than intel users too.
X58 has everything one could need.
Originally Posted by Tyree. Well there were plenty of options before the i7 flagship which is still in infancy. There’s a fair amount of history here. Always always try to not mix ati and nvidia products together, and of course never mix ati and nvidia gpu’s together.
You should get the idea. My argument doesn’t cover people somehow getting it to work, it covers that which when a manufacturer lists its nForce SLI supports it. Waterblock with L-shaped nozzles could work I suppose. So how is this any different?