Originally Posted by brome09
And what use is there for that? What speed is your CPU running at? You'd have to run a huge divider just to use that ram. $400 for 2 gigs is still a lot of money. I can get 4 gigs of DDR2 PC8500 for $180. Plus the mobo's that support that ram are going to be $300+, these things quickly add up...
There's a 790i board here, http://www.compsource.com/ttechnote....E&vid=46&src=F
but it's out of stock...
Best part about nvidia boards is that dividers are obsolete, don't need them, you can run your memory at whatever you want regardless of fsb.
Also, I love how the article states that the 790 is based on the 680, the only thing they have in common is possibly the nf200, other than that the NB has to be comletely brand new considering it requires a new memory controller.