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A Single Card in DFI LanParty UT NF4 Ultra-D

Discussion in 'Motherboards & Memory' started by Dedodido, Jun 2, 2006.

  1. Dedodido New Member

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    I've decided to push the boat out slightly and go for the DFI LanParty UT NF4 Ultra-D as my new motherboard, due to it's overclocking capabilities, but I'm only planning on getting a single graphics card. Is it possible to use a single card in it even though it has slits for two, and comes supplied with an SLi connector?
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    iam not sure about the sli connector bridge but u can use a single ati or nvidia card in this board without any problems just make sure you have put it in the master slot of your board^^
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    thanks for the help :)

    Should be fine then, when I have the money I'll get another and run them both, should be pretyty decent.

    But that raises the question, would I be able to run two ATI cards in it? it doesn't actually specify that it's only for SLi, so I'm guessing I can.
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    you can run 2 ati cards to expand your desktop to higher resolutions, but they wont render togheter they will only work in single mode without crf
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    I'm using that DFI board. But I have to warn you that you might later think it's a big mistake to choose the Ultra-D instead of the newer ones from DFI. For dual display, a single card can do that at very high resolutions.
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    What I've seen about the place, the old school DFI NF4 boards are generally better than the new gen NF4 boards in varying factors. I know I wouldnt trade up my SLI-D for a Expert or Venus, thats for damn sure.
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    ^^ :D
    but the questions are answered i guess^^

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