Wednesday, March 19th 2008

EVGA Announces nForce 790i Ultra SLI Motherboard

EVGA is happy to announce the 790i Ultra SLI motherboard, foundation for the world’s fastest gaming PCs, delivering top performance for 1600 MHz FSB Intel CPUs with extreme CPU overclocking, and unmatched gaming for 2-way, 3-way and Quad SLI technology. EVGA 790i Ultra offering new DDR-3 Technology supporting up to 2GHz providing world-record setting memory speeds and component control with ESA (Enthusiast System Architecture).

Source: EVGA
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7 Comments on EVGA Announces nForce 790i Ultra SLI Motherboard

#1
EastCoasthandle
Is it stable? I read a few posts of those who didn't have much success with stable 680i and 780i motherboards
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#2
Exavier
probably not, yaey nForce

:/
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#3
pentastar111
by: EastCoasthandle
Is it stable? I read a few posts of those who didn't have much success with stable 680i and 780i motherboards
My AR version of the 680i went south..:shadedshu...But thanks to the EVGA rma, my 680i A1 version has been going strong with no problems at all ever since (almost a year now)...:D...the first boards were obviously plagued with issues, :wtf: everybody seems to be rushing these products out of the door without THOROUGH testing..:confused:..the revisions seem to hold their mud ok...:)
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#4
tkpenalty
has nvidia heard of using SMD solid caps on these boards? I mean they ARE top end boards anyway.
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#5
candle_86
thats up to the manufacture not Nvidia they just sell the chips
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#6
craigo
it sure is pretty.
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#7
CDdude55
Crazy 4 TPU!!!
by: pentastar111
My AR version of the 680i went south..:shadedshu...But thanks to the EVGA rma, my 680i A1 version has been going strong with no problems at all ever since (almost a year now)...:D...the first boards were obviously plagued with issues, :wtf: everybody seems to be rushing these products out of the door without THOROUGH testing..:confused:..the revisions seem to hold their mud ok...:)
I still have my TR 680i board. I didn't get it at launch, and i plan to get a 780i sometime later on. But my 680i is working just fine.
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