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Its not really anything innovative. Its just two 570 chipsets stuck together and named the 680a. Its not a completely new chipset like the 680i is.
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Player hater.

Either way, I've always liked nForce... is there any good overclocking alternatives (for AMD based systems)? Yes, I am inept when it comes to northbridge chipsets, forgive me.

EDIT: (That are not out yet, and are forthcoming)
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If it doesn't cost both arms and legs then it seems plausible. 2GB of ram, 2 5000+s, and 2 mid-range GPUs looks like a good starter setup. I'd be interested if the funds become avaliable .
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