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I have a asus board and im thinking about getting this new EVGA 750i board. I have no need for Tri-Sli so the dual sli would be perfect for me. Do you have any other suggestions on a Sli board for under 200?What are your thoughts?
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If you have a paypal account and don't mind MIR, you can have a 780i board at $200.

http://www.compusa.com/applications/...165&CatId=3495
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stick with the 750i if you're not going for tri sli. anyhow. the 780i runs cooler
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Seagate 300GB// Sata 3.0 [Raptor X on the way!] Window XP SP2 32Bit [64bit soon!] 21.6' Samsung 216BW G11 
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