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Deal: EVGA 650i Ultra Motherboard for $86.32 Shipped After MIR at Newegg

post #1 of 46
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Unbelievable deal. I just bought this motherboard and could not be happier. And it is QUAD CORE ready. So for a cheap but very effective solution, you cannot go wrong here.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...p&ATT=13188017
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Heck yes. That would be a great backbone for something running a 320MB GTS and an E4300 or something similar. If you plan on SLI, there could be an issue with not being x16, but for single card this thing could own. (I'm sure it would be just fine for SLI, too )
    
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Not a bad deal, but I would never put my Quad in a $60 motherboard.
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Actually, the EVGA 650i Ultra has one PCIe x 16 slot. It will support the full bandwidth for an 8800GTX/Ultra. However, you can pretty much forget about SLI'ing on this board since rest of the PCIe slots are only x1.

Also, the board to the link is the T1 revision, which was revised for better OC support using a Quad Core.

Even though I plan on getting an 8800GTX here shortly, I probably will never use SLI. I was thinking about getting an Asus P5K Deluxe board for my soon to be G0 Quad Core.

However, for $67, I might give the EVGA board a try. Not too much risk under my circumstances.
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post #5 of 46
Oh, I just assumed that all of the 600 chipset mobos were SLI. My mistake.

I'm kinda with Ninja, though. I don't think I'd put a $400 CPU in a $60 mobo, but that's just me.

And him...


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post #6 of 46
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Yeah its not SLI, but for those not using it, this is a great board. The money saved on the motherboard can be used for cooling....that's the way I look at it. The pricepoint doesn't scare me. This isn't an ECS or ASRock board. This is EVGA.
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post #7 of 46
Quote:
Originally Posted by onelivestarfish View Post
The pricepoint doesn't scare me. This isn't an ECS or ASRock board. This is EVGA.
How many ASRock boards have you owned?

something along the lines of zero maybe?
post #8 of 46
And how long has EVGA even been making mobos, 8 months?
    
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post #9 of 46
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Actually, i have never owned one but I do know of several people (close family and friends) that have owned ASRock. They are hit or miss.
As for EVGA, they are known for great warranty and support. If you buy an EVGA motherboard, it doesn't mean that you get less support.

I just thought this was a great deal for those looking for a decent motherboard at a great price.
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post #10 of 46
EVGA uses the reference board from Nvidia. That means, EVGA is using the design by Nvidia without any changes. Just like Foxconn, XFX, and BGF. Other than Foxconn, I don't think anyone on the list even manufacture their own motherboards.

Asus and possibly Abit are the only 2 MB companies that doesn't use the Nvidia reference design that I'm aware of.

I have heard that EVGA does have excellent customer support when it comes to honoring their warranties. It seems they have been very liberal. Maybe because they are such a young company, they have to be.
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