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is the mobo compatible with 45nm
No, 650i will no support 45nm.
http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.asp?m=247412&mpage=1��

I'd say go with the 750i if you can, I don't know if you plan on upgrading in the next 6 months, but it will give you MUCH more room to play around with

As for the 650i, each PCI-E lane is only 8x,
http://www.nvidia.com/page/nforce_600i_tech_specs.html.
so you will not be able to get 100% of your 9600GT's SLi'd.

I'd say spend a little more cash on the mobo. And I thought you were gonna be using a TRUE? No more quiet PC? If you can, get the xigmatek heatsink and slap on a 40 CFM slipstream. won't overclock much, but will be 10x quieter then the stock HS, even on an overclock.
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No, 650i will no support 45nm.
http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.asp?m=247412&mpage=1񁫈

I'd say go with the 750i if you can, I don't know if you plan on upgrading in the next 6 months, but it will give you MUCH more room to play around with

As for the 650i, each PCI-E lane is only 8x,
http://www.nvidia.com/page/nforce_600i_tech_specs.html.
so you will not be able to get 100% of your 9600GT's SLi'd.

I'd say spend a little more cash on the mobo. And I thought you were gonna be using a TRUE? No more quiet PC? If you can, get the xigmatek heatsink and slap on a 40 CFM slipstream. won't overclock much, but will be 10x quieter then the stock HS, even on an overclock.
damn! now i nd to look for a new cpu..

i heard there wasn't much difference between 8x SLI and 16x SLI, and plus the cheapest 750i mobo i could find is $160, do all 750i's support 2x 16x SLI

my silent build is on hold till' later this year Q4
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forgot about newegg and canada, let me know if you want to do a newegg ship reroute to canada job.
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forgot about newegg and canada, let me know if you want to do a newegg ship reroute to canada job.
that would cost more b/c of customs and extra shipping charges
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ok im buying the rest of the parts tonight, i'll just get a core 2 duo from ebay or someone here (e6x series), im contemplating whether or not i should buy moe fans or if the three fans in the CM 690 would be enough
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