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post #11 of 17
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IMO the WS Revolution is the best tri-sli motherboard, if you look at all the test, it does better (latency wise) than either of the above listed - I personally loved mine when I had it.

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UD7 Gigabyte!
I actually had the UD7 back in january...ugh couldnt stand how finicky the dual bios was even when both were flashed to the same bios.

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I think the sabertoothp67
It only does SLI.


Hmmm i think i will be going with the M4E, was also wondering do gtx 560s scale as well as the gtx 580s? I know the 580 scales quite nicely all the way up to 4 cards.
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Does the UD7 still not have UEFI?
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yes no UEFI, and the backup BIOS flashes don't happen anymore, they definitively fixed it or else they wouldn't sell any.

I like the UD7 personally, but the M4E is nice as well.

GB UEFI is a hybrid UEFi with the ability to boot with 2.2_ TB HDDs and Touch BIOS which is in windows BIOS.
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Originally Posted by appleg33k85 View Post
IMO the WS Revolution is the best tri-sli motherboard, if you look at all the test, it does better (latency wise) than either of the above listed - I personally loved mine when I had it.
All of what tests? They both use the NF200 chip to run Tri-SLI so latency should be about the same.
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yes no UEFI, and the backup BIOS flashes don't happen anymore, they definitively fixed it or else they wouldn't sell any.

I like the UD7 personally, but the M4E is nice as well.

GB UEFI is a hybrid UEFi with the ability to boot with 2.2_ TB HDDs and Touch BIOS which is in windows BIOS.
you probably dont remember me sin but you were my go to guy with all the problems i had with the UD7. I eventually got it stable but it left a very bad taste in my mouth when it comes to GB boards.
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The best one for the price is the EVGA P67 FTW. I'm running one as we speak and have zero issues at 4.4ghz, I've gone up to 4.8ghz but that was just for testing. The control panel for the drive bay ($9.99) is unmatched from the rest of the manufactures. I have 3 470's in sli, all the cards and the cpu are underwater. I'd recomend this board to anyone.
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