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|MaguS|
02-04-07, 05:41 PM
Anyone hear anything about these? Abits from what I can remember are great overclockers but I haven't seen any reviews on them yet. It seems pretty pricey but man I don't think I can wait on DFIs 680i solution any longer. I really want to go Core 2 and with all the bitching going around about eVGA's solution makes me not want to go with them.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16813127020

Dazz
02-04-07, 06:23 PM
If you think eVGA is bad check the ASUS forms for the P5N32-E SLi lol damn should of lissened, with the board being late to market most issues should of been solved i did she it available but was a bit steep only slightly less expensive the the Striker.

Zelda_fan
02-08-07, 12:58 PM
I've heard this mobo is an unstable POS.

I see you've already got SLi so that kind of forces you to stick with a 680i chipset. Do you want OCing or stability? If you want to OC well, the eVGA seems to be top dog (and with the new BIOS the SATA problems seem to be fixed), but for stability the Striker Extreme seems to be the best.


Personally I gave the finger to SLi, and got an Intel BX2 motherboard. Most stable motherboard on the planet (not to mention a great overclocker), and if I need the extra GPU horsepower I'll just go crossfire with the R600.

Xion X2
02-08-07, 01:22 PM
680i chipset here, but a BFG instead of the eVGA. Ever since flashing to the P24 (latest BIOS) I've had absolutely zero issues with data loss, BSOD's or lockups of any kind. This is going on for two weeks now.

TiKiMaN1
02-08-07, 01:51 PM
There is a freaking long thread about this board here and lots of people seem to like it:

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?t=130375

Although I was tempted I still went back to the Striker Extreme.