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Ok, so next major upgrade, I plan on going water, getting another 580 to my rig, and getting a tri/4way SLI compatible board.. just in case I find 1500$ on the ground somewhere <.<

I have found a couple of boards that seem to fit my description, but not sure if they are what I need. I would like true 16/16/16/16, but I really doubt they are even out. I have seen this..

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...yte%20P67A-UD7

But that is the closest I could find. Anyone know of a 1155(ivy bridge is 1155 also isn't it?) Anyone follow boards better than me? (I'm sure many of you do. lol) I'm still newer than 90% of you, so to be frank, not sure about most technical aspects of mobos.

Edit: the ivy bridge IS 1155, BUT apparently a diff dye size, so even tho the same socket... will still need a new motherboard. Guess I'm sticking with my 2600k.
Edited by Bridden - 5/22/11 at 11:04pm
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Of course the UD7 is out, a friend of mine has this board. I assume you can Tri-SLI on that.
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You wont get true 4x 16. Best you can do is the NF200 chip, 2x 16 2x 8. Will recommend asus p8p67 ws revolution for the job.
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You can't do quad sli with 1155 iirc, but even if you could the ud7 can't physically fit 4 cards in the lame slot layout. The ws revo on the other... booyah.
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tri-sli on that board will go x8/x8/x8 which is ok even for the 580s
    
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I just ordered a board capable of Tri/Sli. The ASUS P8P67 WS Revolution.

Have a looky-loo HERE
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You wont get true 4x 16. Best you can do is the NF200 chip, 2x 16 2x 8. Will recommend asus p8p67 ws revolution for the job.
So 4x 16 is out of the equation then? How about true tri?
The specs on the p8p67 seem like (probably reading it wrong) it will do x16, 0 or x16, x16 or x8, x8, x8, x8. I need to learn more about mobos.
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So 4x 16 is out of the equation then? How about true tri?
The specs on the p8p67 seem like (probably reading it wrong) it will do x16, 0 or x16, x16 or x8, x8, x8, x8. I need to learn more about mobos.
You know what, my bad. thought it did 4 way guess it does 3 way. Sorry for the misinformation.
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You know what, my bad. thought it did 4 way guess it does 3 way. Sorry for the misinformation.
It will do 4 way cfx though, but sli is limited to 3 way. But on the physical slot layout, only the ws revo can actually fit 4 real cards.
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Alright, so for now 3-way is the best I got. Anyone know anything about the ivy bridge and what that chip set or motherboards will support? (probably not... not even close to release)
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