Monday, March 26th 2007

NVIDIA Launches nForce 680i LT SLI Edition

NVIDIA has updated its line of motherboard chipsets with the release of nForce 680i LT SLI Edition chipset. The 680i LT is cut-down version of the nForce 680i flagman. The main difference between the two chipsets is the lack of third PCI-E physics slot, which is not presented in the 680i LT model. Other specs remain the same. Motherboards equipped with the 680i LT chipset should cost under $200. EVGA was the first NVIDIA partner to release motherboard, which follows NVIDIA's reference nForce 680i LT design. Reviews of the EVGA motherboad also surfaced all over the big hardware sites.

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6 Comments on NVIDIA Launches nForce 680i LT SLI Edition

#2
Eric_Cartman
the pcb is actually the same layout as the original 680i motherboard

good way to save money, i guess
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#3
OnBoard
2 small fans, eeeeeew.
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#4
erocker
No solid capacitors?!?!
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#5
Trase
P5N32-E SLi FTW!
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#6
Zubasa
by: erocker
No solid capacitors?!?!
There are Solid Caps around the CPU socket if you look closely.;)
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