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sabersix1
05-06-06, 04:17 PM
EVGA has annouced it newest NForce 4 Moutherboard for AMD CPU's in the new NF47 x16 Mobo. Here are the links:

http://www.evga.com/articles/302.asp

http://www.evga.com/products/moreinfo.asp?pn=123-K8-NF47-AX&family=20

I hope that EVGA makes a Dual x16 board for Intel Conroe CPU's especially with the supposed release of the GX2 7950 Quad-SLI cards.:D

SLippe
05-06-06, 07:17 PM
Sounds like a nice board. Too bad I can't StepUp from my NF41. Well, I guess I could, but since I didn't pay anything for it, I'd still have to pay full price for the NF47. So...

Still, nice board. Hope they work better than their NF41s.

superklye
05-06-06, 11:54 PM
Why would you have to pay full price? Do they have any idea that you didn't pay for it? Don't you just register it and then they check to make sure you're within the 90 days and charge you the difference between both boards current going rates?

lee63
05-07-06, 01:35 PM
Nice looking board :D a little price though:(

sabersix1
05-08-06, 06:24 PM
The EVGA NF47 x16 Board is eligible for Step-Up if the 1st EVGA motherboard was purchased on its own Invoice and is within 90-days of purchase.

EVGA Motherboards that were recieved with a Mobo/Video Card Combo Deal do not qualify for Step-Up as the motherboard is considered a free gift with the EVGA Graphics card. ;)

Richteralan
05-08-06, 08:34 PM
Don't know how well they oc.

SLippe
05-10-06, 08:18 AM
@ superklye
The EVGA NF47 x16 Board is eligible for Step-Up if the 1st EVGA motherboard was purchased on its own Invoice and is within 90-days of purchase.

EVGA Motherboards that were recieved with a Mobo/Video Card Combo Deal do not qualify for Step-Up as the motherboard is considered a free gift with the EVGA Graphics card. ;)
You have to send them an invoice showing where you bought it from and how much you paid for it. I got mine with the the 7800 GT combo special back in February. See quote above.

Dr.Nick
05-10-06, 11:02 AM
I hope that EVGA makes a Dual x16 board for Intel Conroe CPU's especially with the supposed release of the GX2 7950 Quad-SLI cards.:D

Does eVGA actually make these? They have never 'made' their own boards(the NF41 was a rebadged Jetway) Anyways I hope they actually test some ATi cards this time around as they have been a bunch of little schoolgilrs in regards to X1x00 family cards refusing to run at 16x pcie on any of their boards.