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ATX 1155 board that does tri-sli?

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seems the only one i can find is the ASRock Z68 Extreme7 and apparently those are dried up. has to be ATX form factor, no eATX. anything else available? i cant find any release info on the z77 extreme9 and thats the only other ive found.
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=100007627%20600093976%20600176036&IsNodeId=1&Description=1155%20atx&name=3&Order=BESTMATCH
 

    
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Tri SLI on s1155, you'll be lucky... even with Lucid and lane switchers, you'd be fortunate to get x8/x8/x4.
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i want a board designed for tri sli. i assume it would need a PLX chip on it to allow for x16/x8/x8. are those seriously the only 2 ATX ones that do legit tri?
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If you don't mind P67, check out the Asus P67 WS Revolution
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If you want 3+ gpus the best thing to do is just go with 2011 socket. You get more PCI lanes (40) and, you can buy an Ivy-E later, and get pci 3.0 then.
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If you don't mind P67, check out the Asus P67 WS Revolution

i have a p67 board now and i love it, just doesnt do tri. that looks like a pretty good board and i didnt even think to check P67. thanks for that im def considering it
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If you want 3+ gpus the best thing to do is just go with 2011 socket. You get more PCI lanes (40) and, you can buy an Ivy-E later, and get pci 3.0 then.

i thought about it but i dont want to spend 500+ on a CPU just to run 3 cards.
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