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Should I buy eVGA 680i or 750i FTW or 780i?

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I am about to return my motherboard because it does not have a feature that I wanted, but I need to decide which one to get, what do you guys think?
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My personal experience with the 680i board tells me to keep you away from it. One board has had 5 rma's already and my co-worker has rma'd his 4 times...
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if your going to get a 45nm quad get the 750i or your not get the 680i
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post #4 of 37
What features do you need?

Personally, I would get a 750i FTW unless you need like two LAN ports or something.
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Well I already have the quad core 6600.. i want to have SLI.. raid features.. sata ports mainly. what is the difference between 45nm and 65nm ??
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post #6 of 37
i would get an evga 680i it offers more and can clock your Q just as far as the 750.
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Well I already have the quad core 6600.. i want to have SLI.. raid features.. sata ports mainly.
the 680i has 2 more sata ports than the 750
    
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post #7 of 37
680i ftw
post #8 of 37
750i FTW FTW. its a great board, good OCing abilities and SLI all for just $190
    
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Well I already have the quad core 6600.. i want to have SLI.. raid features.. sata ports mainly. what is the difference between 45nm and 65nm ??
the 680i cant run the 45nm quads
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post #10 of 37
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well what quad is the q6600? i still dont know what the diffference between 45n and 65nm is. if q6600 cannot be ran on a 680i then should i go with the 750i? is the 780i worth getting or a waste of money?
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