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also cog, can you clarify what graphics setup you have coz on your sig it says 8800 GTX sli but on the top 30 charts it says GTS,

Thanks
Thats BigVals error on the spreadsheet due to the fact I used to run SLI GTS's.
He's either unaware I changed cards or it was a copy and paste error.

I have had single GTS 640mb, SLI GTS640mb and single GTX , SLI GTX.
The highest scores were obviously with the SLI GTX.
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Coggy does that SLI memory feature actually do anything? I didn't notice a thing when i used it. And according to Robilar (i think) it was recommended to be disabled.
Well I can't say for certain without isolating it and running test comparisons but the way it is works pretty well for me.
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cool, tried your settings and i got past the bios fine and started to boot, but as soon as windows started to load my pc reset, very strange as i am running exactly the same ram, cpu and board as you, any ideas, once i set my fsb to 1468 it booted ok, am i doing something wrong?

Also can i ask why u dont set ur memory to 1066 coz isnt it made for that speed?

thanks again

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also which is the best forceware and nforce platform drivers to use?

Sorry for all these noobish questions guys!
    
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I don't believe you should use any chipset drivers other than those that from the Asus CD or website i.e. it isn't like other boards e.g. EVGA that use the nVidia reference design. Asus puts there own 'spin' on it and I've read and heard that if you use the nVidia drivers you're in for a heap of trouble.

I use the most current nVidia display drivers obtained directly from their website. Depending on what you are doing you're likely fine with Windows or those found on the vcard CD. I'm running 6 monitors and they always seem to make multi-monitor support better hence the download.
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i just use the drivers that come with windows for my motherboard.
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also which is the best forceware and nforce platform drivers to use?

Sorry for all these noobish questions guys!
the latest from the nvidia site.

Never had a problem with the nvidias on the asus board.
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cool thanks what about forceware? any input on what version there?
    
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cool thanks what about forceware? any input on what version there?


http://www.nvidia.com/content/license/location_0605.asp?

nForce 680i SLI/680i LT SLI - Windows XP (32-Bit)


Version: 9.53
Release Date: November 8, 2006
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I use the same forceware drivers from the nvidia site as well. I had several issues with the drivers set on the asus cd back in december when I got the board.
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