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Poll Results: What make is your "Sandy Bridge Motherboard"

 
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post #41 of 82
I believe the ASUS P8P67 PRO is one of the most popular and most sold 1155 motherboards.

Have all the important features of it's bigger brothers, while at the same time being priced right, nice color scheme, nice bios and a good strong CPU Phase Power circuitry.
    
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I think I'll be changing to an ASUS P8P67 WS Revolution, for the 2x 16 PCI-E smile.gif
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Originally Posted by ACHILEE5;13796475 
I think I'll be changing to an ASUS P8P67 WS Revolution, for the 2x 16 PCI-E smile.gif

The difference going from 8x+8x to 16x+16x SLI/Crossfire is minimal.

Also, I think the WS Revolution only have two USB 3.0 ports and no header on mobo for two more. And it does not have Bluetooth.

WS revolution is so expensive that you may just aswell go for the ASUS Maximus IV Extreme, which is a little bit more expensive and have much more USB 3.0 ports and features.
Edited by turrican9 - 6/8/11 at 7:23am
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by turrican9;13796496 
The difference going from 8x+8x to 16x+16x SLI/Crossfire is minimal.

Also, I think the WS Revolution only have two USB 3.0 ports and no header on mobo for two more. And it does not have Bluetooth.

WS revolution is so expensive that you may just aswell go for the ASUS Maximus IV Extreme, which is a little bit more expensive and have much more USB 3.0 ports and features.

So the "ASUS Maximus IV Extreme" does 2x 16 PCI-e confused.gif
That's cool because I did like the look of it more cool.gif
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4 x PCIe 2.0 x16 (single @x16, dual @x8, triple @x8, x16, x16 )
1 x PCIe 2.0 x4
1 x PCIe 2.0 x1

dual @x8, triple @x8, x16, x16 confused.gif

Next week I should have my second GTX480, so I'll see how it goes wink.gif
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Originally Posted by ACHILEE5;13796953 
So the "ASUS Maximus IV Extreme" does 2x 16 PCI-e confused.gif
That's cool because I did like the look of it more cool.gif


dual @x8, triple @x8, x16, x16 confused.gif

Next week I should have my second GTX480, so I'll see how it goes wink.gif

I really thought the Maximum Extreme did Dual x16. If not, it's really overpriced
    
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I really thought the Maximum Extreme did Dual x16. If not, it's really overpriced

the 8x 16x 16x is strange confused.gif
Why not 16x 16x headscratch.gif
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post #47 of 82
There´s no 1155 socket CPU that supports more then 16 PCI-E 2.0 lanes @ 16GB/s, so short it´s 16x for a single and 8x/8x for a dual setup.

But if one wants to go for three or more cards one can use the NF200 chipset, the NF200 double those 16 PCI-E to 32 but remember the CPU still only supports 16 PCI-E 2.0 lanes @ 16GB/s, so for example, one can run 4 cards @ 8x to the NF200 but remember those 4 @ 8x have go through the 16 PCI-E 2.0 lanes @ 16GB/s because that´s max what the 1155 socket CPU supports.


Quote:
Originally Posted by ACHILEE5;13797866 
the 8x 16x 16x is strange confused.gif
Why not 16x 16x headscratch.gif

Asus have choosen to go native 8x (direct from the CPU) to the first slot and slot 2 and 3 go through the NF200 with the other 8x, slot 2 and 3 have 16x each to the NF200 but only 8x to the CPU, so therefore one have 8x, 16x, 16x when one run 3 cards on the MIVE.


Gigabyte P67A-UD7 have choosen another approach, checkout the blockdiagram, from the manual.

attachment.php?attachmentid=214371&stc=1&d=1307563709

But remember, 16 PCI-E 2.0 lanes @ 16GB/s is max the 1155 socket CPU supports.


Sorry for the off topic but I hope it bring some light on the matter.
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Originally Posted by ACHILEE5;13789873 
MSI owners are like buses biggrin.gif

wait... what does that mean? You calling me FAT??? (<-- i'm offended) or LONG (<-- why thank you ;p)

And yeah... Asus killing in the polls. I went with MSI because it had(and still has) the best Z68 board (not some crippled P67 + Z68 = P68 Gigabyte board) you could buy when Z68 came out. I know others have been announced, but as far as i am concerned, if it ain't at the egg, it ain't been released yet tongue.gif

p.s. would've gone with Asus had I gone with P67... the WS revolution is at a killer price point
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Originally Posted by Ghostleader;13800332 
There´s no 1155 socket CPU that supports more then 16 PCI-E 2.0 lanes @ 16GB/s, so short it´s 16x for a single and 8x/8x for a dual setup.

But if one wants to go for three or more cards one can use the NF200 chipset, the NF200 double those 16 PCI-E to 32 but remember the CPU still only supports 16 PCI-E 2.0 lanes @ 16GB/s, so for example, one can run 4 cards @ 8x to the NF200 but remember those 4 @ 8x have go through the 16 PCI-E 2.0 lanes @ 16GB/s because that´s max what the 1155 socket CPU supports.

But remember, 16 PCI-E 2.0 lanes @ 16GB/s is max the 1155 socket CPU supports.
Sorry for the off topic but I hope it bring some light on the matter.

Good info bud, "it's not off topic at all" cool.gif

So what sort of amount of GTX480s would it take, to use up 16GB/s smile.gif
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