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post #11 of 20
The 680i is a huge leap foward from the nForce4 chipsets.
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The software support for the i680 is impressive. The direct BIOS access and tweaking software is pretty cool.

Jut to keep Nasgul off my back (and out of my soul)...I mean for people with SLI. Ok? Back off evil overlord!
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Its nice that they released a new bios so quick.

Nasgul, I don't disagree with you in principle. The big review sites like and HardOCP and Tom's started out as enthusiast sites and have quickly becomes businesses. I ran a computer business for 7 years. I had intel reps visiting regularly to make certain that I promoted their product (you should have seen the vendor spiff programs. Sell X number of this or that product and win! One of my sales reps won a trip to california from Intel for a server solution he sold in Toronto). It's kind of dissapointing to see enthusiast sites become commerical sites because the honesty can definitely go out the window. One thing I can say in defense of Hardocp is that anything I've bought as a result of their reviews has lived up to their pronouncements. For example, when I bought the Asus A8N32-SLI Deluxe, it was directly because of a review they wrote. The board was every bit as good as they said it was. Also, the fact that Anand and HardOCP have forums works to keep them honest. Their own posters would flame them signifigantly if they were blowing smoke on a product.

To be fair to your opionion (which may be right), can you find me an example or two of products that Anandtech or HardOCP reviewed that "didn't" do what they said it would? I am honestly curious because a number of my purchases were based on those two sites and as anyone who has followed the number of upgrades I've had since joining this forum, I have the advantage of an unresticted budget (the benefits of being 39 with a good job and a wife that spends more than I do on clothing and hair!). As such I read as many reviews as I can find (in addition to being a member of this excellent forum, Extremesystems,, and the hardocp forum), and read other forums as well.

In defense of HardOCP, they are big fans (as am I and mr. franken above) of SLI and crossfire in general and you most obviously are at the other end of the spectrum. Being an SLI enthusiast and getting a product like this (finally) for our Conroes deserves some celebration.

I think for you to make these accusations without a foundation and specific examples is kind of pointless. You are entitled to your opinion and you have given excellent advice to myself and others but to bash sites that profess a love of all things computer and devote themselves to reviewing the latest and greatest without proof is essentially flaming.

"The new Nvidia nForce 680i SLI is a serious candidate for success. Unlike its predecessors, this chipset is a pretty mature solution, free from numerous “children’s diseases”. Therefore, those users who prefer Nvidia graphics and are going to use SLI configurations should definitely go for the newcomer. Especially, since there are hardly any real alternatives in the today’s market for an SLI system based around Core 2 Duo or Core 2 Quad processors."

From the article you quoted as well



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Bump for anyone needing a Review for this before buying.
post #15 of 20
Just to further my point about HardOCP for example, here is a review of an integrated system built by ABS (thats Newegg btw, a major advertiser with HardOCP).

http://consumer.hardocp.com/article....wsaGNvbnN1bWVy

It got mixed reviews from the HardOCP guys. Good potential hardware but other issues. If Nasgul is correct, then HardOCP should be trumpeting from the rooftops how amazing this company is, hardware aside.

this one for a monarch system is even more entertaining.

They (HardOCP) even go so far as to mention specifically that Monarch is one of their sponsors. you'd think given Nasguls' conspiracy theories that a sponsor would get pretty good treatment eh?

http://consumer.hardocp.com/article....xoY29uc3VtZXI=


"Monarch Furia
Beige bezels on a black chassis? We didn’t order that. Our sponsor, Monarch, offers a ton of different configurations but it leads to major problems in build quality when it comes to the Furia"

They gave them a 6/10 overall with a 3/10 for tech support.

Read the article Nasgul. they literally roast Monarch over the flames and this is a "paid" sponsor by their own admission. They even mention that they have met the owners of Monarch on a personal level.

Really invalidates your argument.

BTW, I'm still waiting for example from HardOCP or Anandtech's sites that inaccurately promote hardware in a favourable light. I'm not defending either site as a result of fanboy loyalty but more because you haven't given a single shred of data that contradicts what they print.
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There is one issue I have run into with this board which people should take into consideration before buying it. I have run into massive hard drive corruption caused by the sata controller on this board, if you OC past 3ghz. Its perfectly fine at 2.8ghz, but any higher and massive lock ups and freezing due to HD corruption.
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I read you other post regarding this. I also checked over at Xtremesystems . They have several lengthy overclocking posts regarding the EVGA board as well. No one has mentioned a similar problem (nor have I). I've posted there to see whether they are useing sata 1 or sata 2 hdds (as mine is sata 1). If I get a response I'll post here and pm you. It may be an isolated incident or (hope not) you may have a board issue. Let me poke around some more and see. Fugger over at Xtreme hit 505 FSB and primed for 19 hours with his rig with no mention of the problems you are having.

HardOCP tested the board with both an ide and a sata II (samsung) hard drive.

I'll see if I can find you a solution
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Oh I can run prime for hours no prob, due to the fact the HD usage is almost nil. There are a lot of people with this issue that have posted on Evgas forum as well as a lot of people getting HD corruption running Raid.
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Its nice that they released a new bios so quick.

Nasgul, I don't disagree with you in principle. The big review sites like and HardOCP and Tom's started out as enthusiast sites and have quickly becomes businesses. I ran a computer business for 7 years. I had intel reps visiting regularly to make certain that I promoted their product (you should have seen the vendor spiff programs. Sell X number of this or that product and win! One of my sales reps won a trip to california from Intel for a server solution he sold in Toronto). It's kind of dissapointing to see enthusiast sites become commerical sites because the honesty can definitely go out the window. One thing I can say in defense of Hardocp is that anything I've bought as a result of their reviews has lived up to their pronouncements. For example, when I bought the Asus A8N32-SLI Deluxe, it was directly because of a review they wrote. The board was every bit as good as they said it was. Also, the fact that Anand and HardOCP have forums works to keep them honest. Their own posters would flame them signifigantly if they were blowing smoke on a product.

To be fair to your opionion (which may be right), can you find me an example or two of products that Anandtech or HardOCP reviewed that "didn't" do what they said it would? I am honestly curious because a number of my purchases were based on those two sites and as anyone who has followed the number of upgrades I've had since joining this forum, I have the advantage of an unresticted budget (the benefits of being 39 with a good job and a wife that spends more than I do on clothing and hair!). As such I read as many reviews as I can find (in addition to being a member of this excellent forum, Extremesystems,, and the hardocp forum), and read other forums as well.

In defense of HardOCP, they are big fans (as am I and mr. franken above) of SLI and crossfire in general and you most obviously are at the other end of the spectrum. Being an SLI enthusiast and getting a product like this (finally) for our Conroes deserves some celebration.

I think for you to make these accusations without a foundation and specific examples is kind of pointless. You are entitled to your opinion and you have given excellent advice to myself and others but to bash sites that profess a love of all things computer and devote themselves to reviewing the latest and greatest without proof is essentially flaming.

"The new Nvidia nForce 680i SLI is a serious candidate for success. Unlike its predecessors, this chipset is a pretty mature solution, free from numerous “children’s diseasesâ€. Therefore, those users who prefer Nvidia graphics and are going to use SLI configurations should definitely go for the newcomer. Especially, since there are hardly any real alternatives in the today’s market for an SLI system based around Core 2 Duo or Core 2 Quad processors."

From the article you quoted as well



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Great and im agree.SLI and crossfire is the tech of the momentum why no have some fun with it?
Back to the board still waiting for the price go a little bit down and go for it asus make good mobos.And quality products.
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ASUS motherboards have a lot of these features already. The dual gigabit LANs, the eSATA support... It just requires additional chips on the motherboard. Things like that alone shouldn't make one purchase this chipset. The biggest advantage for these right now is the 1333 MHz FSB availability, and as there are not processors out there that utilize that natively, let alone an intel NB that supports that, a new chipset from intel will probably emerge with the new 1333 MHz FSB CPUs. When that happens, I'm sure there will be even more options that are better than this available.
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