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The gamer's dream platform-P5N32-SLI PREMIUM/WIFI-AP. It's the best Quad-SLI(tm) ready motherboard that support Core(tm)2 Extreme. No doubt the gaming performance is over the top. But what we care is not only performance, it's also about realistic. Extreme HD gaming with the highest resolution that feels like the enemy jump out of the screen, the supreme audio with a stand-alone card-SupremeFX, induce a better Signal-to-Noise Ratio, features with DTS surround sound, sounds like the enemy is just around. The unique 3 PCIex16 slot, reserved one additional slot for GPU Physics card when running Quad-SLI(tm), the experience can't be more real. This board is also of AI Lifestyle descent, quiet thermal solutions increase the stability and reliability when running resource demanding games or applications, EZ DIY features enhance the DIY experience and make PC much more interesting.

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Supposedly its better now hitting 500mhz http://www.vr-zone.com/?i=4096
It also might have the slow chip on it because the chips with the C-55 northbridge are called 680's

Chozart, worth a try do you think???
 

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I dont have the a C55 board i was just wondering if you heard anything about the performance and is it worth a buy
 

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Originally Posted by metalman2785

Nvidia chipsets and great with AMD processors, but for C2D I would take an Interl 975x chipset


That's what I've heard and agree with. Too bad the mergers are the opposit (Nvida+Intel vs AMD+ATI)
 

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Ive read on a link posted in a site thread here somwhere that the only difference with the c-19 and the c-55 is just an upgrade. The memory controller and a few other tweaks were made to the c-19 and it was rebranded the c-55 so I guess were just going to have to wait to see how the performance is. I personally am eagerly awaiting the arrival of rd600 as I believe that will be the chipset by which all others are compared when its all said and done.

EDIT: here is a link in the third paragraph it states that the c55 is just a c19 with an updated memory controller. I wonder if that will fix the fsb issues or not.
http://www.dailytech.com/article.aspx?newsid=4425
 
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