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The UD3P has 2 PCI-E slots for crossfire, the UD3R has only 1 PCI-E x16 slot for a single video card setup. and the UD3L is cut down one more step by not even having RAID support (non RAID supported ICH10 SB).
 

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Sli-mobo for Quads = 790i
Sli Mobo for C2dus = 650i/780i
Single Card Mobo "LGA775"= Gigabyte UD3R
X-fire Card Mobo "LGA775"= Gigabyte UD3P
 

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Originally Posted by Ramzinho
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Sli-mobo for Quads = 790i
Sli Mobo for C2dus = 650i/780i
Single Card Mobo "LGA775"= Gigabyte UD3R
X-fire Card Mobo "LGA775"= Gigabyte UD3P

Were is the 680i in all of this? And why not mention Tri-SLI?

Doesnt really explain the differences between the UD3P, UD3R and UD3L.
 
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