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post #11 of 15
I think the EVGA 680i is a great board. There are not as many 680i EVGA boards as you think. You've probably seen the following:

These boards all support up to 1333 natively
TheTR/T1 board is the full 680i board with 2 year warranty. The T1 is the new revision with better support for quad cores
EVGA 122-CK-NF68-TR EVGA 122-CK-NF68-T1


The AR/A1 is the same as the TR/T1 but with a lifetime warranty, more accessories in the package and a printed manual. The A1 is the new revision with better support for quad cores
EVGA 122-CK-NF68-AR EVGA 122-CK-NF68-A1


This one is missing the 3rd PCIE slot used for future Physics cards or a 3rd video card for in-game physics engines. It has a 2 year warranty, but otherwise is the same as the above TR
EVGA 122-CK-NF63-TR
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These boards support up to 1066 natively
Then there is the new SLI SE:
These 680i boards differ from the ones above with 2 less USB2 ports, 1 less Gigabit lan and only the 2 SLI capable PCIE slots.

The T1 and A1 are the same except for the T1 has limited warranty and the A1 is lifetime with more accessories and a printed manual.
EVGA 122-CK-NF67-T1 EVGA 122-CK-NF67-A1

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I think the no-brainer is to get the A1 revision of either board for the lifetime warranty and quad core overclockability. then the only other question is, do you need/want the extra 2 USB ports, the extra Gigabit LAN, native support for 1333 and the 3rd PCIE slot for physics for an extra $50.
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post #12 of 15
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Originally Posted by kdbolt70 View Post
Its fairly complicated how they did it, basically the product names that end in R cannot support quad core overclocking, somewhat of a *whoops* by eVGA. They allowed the rma and trade for a quad supported board if you got one of these, and they renamed the TR to the "special edition". the difference between the A and the T is the package contents, they are the same board, but the A version contains many more accessories and a hardcopy of the manual.


Check out this site for more detailed info.


And don't get this confusion confused with the TL boards, they are entirely different then the regular 680i boards. The TL's are not recommended for OCing.
AR/1 boards have a lifetime warranty and qualify for free cross-shipped RMA if registered within 30 days.

TR/1 boards only have a 2 year warranty.
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You guys rock, thanks for the help.
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post #14 of 15
My first build and I got the 680I A1. Installed/booted without a Hitch first push of the button

Go for it!!
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post #15 of 15
I had some issues but did an advanced RMA and since then this board is awesome. This is the best board I have ever owned
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