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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.
590+590 or 6990+6990
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+1 to the WS revo, I love mine, and with a case with 8 slots you can run 4 dual slot cards.
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590+590 or 6990+6990
Sorry, I don't like dual GPUs, just, you would go SOO much more out of multiple 580s.

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+1 to the WS revo, I love mine, and with a case with 8 slots you can run 4 dual slot cards.
They all run x16 or x8? (don't want to run a 580 at x4...)
Can you GPU-Z to show me?
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Sorry, I don't like dual GPUs, just, you would go SOO much more out of multiple 580s.



They all run x16 or x8? (don't want to run a 580 at x4...)
Can you GPU-Z to show me?
I don't have 4 GPUs, but they would all run at x8. 2 cards run at x16 x16 and four run at x8 x8 x8 x8, if you don't believe me look it up.
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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)
Latest news around the rumor mill is that Ivy Bridge chips will support socket 1155 insofar as the dual core and quad core IBs will be compatible. The 6 and 8-core IB chips will be on socket 2011.
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I don't have 4 GPUs, but they would all run at x8. 2 cards run at x16 x16 and four run at x8 x8 x8 x8, if you don't believe me look it up.
That has been covered. I was asking if they had x16, x16, x8, x8 or true tri. The answer would be no. sorry if that was misinterpreted.
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