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Would this motherboard support my GTX 580 until I switch to 2 6970's? It says it doesnt support SLI and supports Crossfire, but I wanted to make sure that it doesn't mean it won't support an Nvidia card.

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...079&CatId=6978
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As long as it has a PCIE slot it will work. Single card solutions will work regardless if it is SLI or Crossfire board.
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The ASUS P8P67 PRO supports both crossfire and SLI. So yeah, no problem.
    
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Woops I linked the wrong link. Wait up. here it is: http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...083&CatId=6978
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Woops I linked the wrong link. Wait up. here it is: http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...083&CatId=6978
That one supports only Crossfire and not SLI. But will support both Nvidia and ATI in single card config.

Would not recommend that board if you plan overclocking. It has way to few VRM phases.

The regular P8P67 is much better.
    
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Can you link me to it? I'm kind of on a budget, so anything less than 180 would be best.
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Can you link me to it? I'm kind of on a budget, so anything less than 180 would be best.
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...080&CatId=6975

But If you're planning Crossfire later, I would go for the PRO.. Since the PRO will use x8 + x8 when Crossfire or SLI, whereas the P8P67 will use x16 + x4 when in Crossfire. Besides, the PRO supports both Crossfire and SLI.
    
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I don't care about SLI really, just want somethign that will make crossfire perform the best and still be able to overclock a good amount. http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...755&CatId=6975 this wont? otherwise I'll go with the pro version.
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I don't care about SLI really, just want somethign that will make crossfire perform the best and still be able to overclock a good amount. http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...755&CatId=6975 this wont? otherwise I'll go with the pro version.
The PRO will be the supreme board, both for overclocking and Crossfire.
    
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