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One board is deluxe packed SLi with all the shiny goodies, one is a normal packaged SLi minus shiny goodies, and one is a single slot PCIe board.

I'm shocked at how much they cost, I figured the DFI board would've been the cheaper of the nf4 boards...
 

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I'd get the SLi board just for upgradability's sake, you can run one card for a while then throw in another when you feel you need a boost. They're also going to release an 939 nF3 board with AGP a little later on.
 

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I'd get the SLi board just for upgradability's sake, you can run one card for a while then throw in another when you feel you need a boost. They're also going to release an 939 nF3 board with AGP a little later on.

I just had to post here again, because of the shock.... I cant believe the price on this motherboard... It costs just as much as my current CPU and Mobo.
 

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Yeah that's the most expensive desktop motherboard I've ever seen...

That with an FX55 and 2 gt's will seriously break the bank.
 

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God I don't even want to think about that...
nF4 - $300
FX-55 - $800
GTs - $1,000... very big ouch, and that's without RAM
 

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Originally Posted by YiffyGriffy

God I don't even want to think about that...
nF4 - $300
FX-55 - $800
GTs - $1,000... very big ouch, and that's without RAM


I must admit... That would be one hell of a system.
 

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lol yes, but I'd rather make the 2 corvette payments instead, at least then I'd have a killer car for 2 months
 

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Originally Posted by YiffyGriffy

lol yes, but I'd rather make the 2 corvette payments instead, at least then I'd have a killer car for 2 months


The boards at www.overclockers.co.uk are £152, which is $285 US. Looks like we get the better deal for once


And some Intel motherboards cost more than these DFI ones...
 

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You can get an ASUS A8N-SLI for $229 at zzf!
 

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http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/newsitem.php?id=117

the boards offers memory voltage support from 2.5 V to 4.0 V, CPU core voltage up to 2.1 V, chipset voltage from 1.5 V to 1.8 V, HTT ranging from 1.2 to 1.5

memory voltage up to 4 volts!!! holy crap that means the ocz vx should go hand in hand with this board!!! i've made up my mind, i'm waiting for this board. any idea on when it's coming out?
 
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