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When can I buy one of these things?
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09 November 2006- Universal abit launches the IN9 32X-MAX motherboard. Based on the NVIDIA NFORCE 680i SLI/SPP190 chipset.
Geeshhh.....seems like ABIT is back to its habits of saying but not delivering.
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Nice Motherboard. I assume in Overclocking terms, it won't be all that much better than the other 680i motherboards, but you never know. Look at the NF4 chipset motherboards.
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my question is why do you need a MB that can hold or see 32GB's of ram, unless I am reading that wrong.
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Originally Posted by K092084 View Post
my question is why do you need a MB that can hold or see 32GB's of ram, unless I am reading that wrong.
Future proofing? No idea...
post #18 of 19
Anyone got their hands on this board yet? I'm waiting to see if it performs any better than the other 680i's I've been reading about. And if not.... I'll stick with the AW9D.
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post #19 of 19
just some thing i read that all 680i boards were made by nvidia and just badged by some other company like evga or bfg and such except for the asus series like the striker and stuff
i think this may have been just the inital stock pile and it may not even be true just something i found
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