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post #11 of 21
hmmm is there much diffrence between this one and the ddr3 one?? http://www.motherboardpro.com/DFI-LP...ard-p-660.html

it says atx crossfire ready does that mean i cannot use my nvidia geforce 8800gtx with this board?? lol im already confused!
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post #12 of 21
Crossfire ready means it will support ATI cossfire only. You can run your card in it, but no SLI is supported
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post #13 of 21
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Crossfire ready means it will support ATI cossfire only. You can run your card in it, but no SLI is supported

ah ok thanks for the info!

looking into this board it seems to support ddr3 memory aswell
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post #14 of 21
Sweet. I am sure you know about DDR3 memory. It can process four times as fast, so when you calculate your ratio with it, it will be the same as your FSB, because your FSB is "quad pumped" if I am correct.
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post #15 of 21
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Sweet. I am sure you know about DDR3 memory. It can process four times as fast, so when you calculate your ratio with it, it will be the same as your FSB, because your FSB is "quad pumped" if I am correct.
yea heared good things about the ddr3 and thats what i want next but im confused on the dfi p45 board do they do a dk p45 with ddr3 ???????
i dont want a micro board
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post #16 of 21
I read somewhere that DDR3 is pointless at the moment and your really wasting your money until m/boards and CPU`s can utilize that extra power at some point in the future....

And to tout x48 chip set m/boards as the best when theyve really not been around long enough is a bit naive, they still have a lot to prove and the x38 chipset has far too many instabilities for it to be a contender it looks like the x38 is going to be obsolete before too long, just like the x975... Having said that i must admit that most of the stability problems were related to BIOS and 45nm CPU`s thatz why i dint get 1

Just my opinion from a cursory reading of various reviews.....

The DFI LT LP x48 is looking like the dogs nut sack but too pricey for me
Edited by TwoDigitz - 7/3/08 at 2:25pm
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post #17 of 21
Well don't get a micro board. There is a really nice DFI DK X48 board out. What are you looking for exactly?
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post #18 of 21
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Well don't get a micro board. There is a really nice DFI DK X48 board out. What are you looking for exactly?

was just reading about that board i want what everyone else wants really
good overclock capabilities, stability, performance etc etc and tbh im willing to spend good money for the right board
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post #19 of 21
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