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ASUS today released the ASUS P5N72-T Premium motherboard. Equipped with the ASUS exclusive EPU technology for astounding energy savings, this high performance motherboard supports enhanced specifications of the front side bus and memory – able to reach an FSB of 1600MHz (originally 1333MHz) and 1200MHz (originally 1066MHz) respectively.
ASUS today released the Striker II Formula motherboard. This cutting-edge motherboard is the latest in ASUS´ Republic of Gamers line and takes full advantage of the NVIDIA nForce 780i SLI MCP (Media Communications Processor). To deliver the most immersive PC gaming experience, the new Striker II Formula motherboard provides support for 3-way SLI technology, resulting in amazingly fast game-play.
EVGA Corporation announced the release of a new flagship gaming motherboard for Intel platform: nForce 780i SLI FTW with enhanced features for scalability in extreme overclocking and stability under high voltage load. EVGA nForce 780i SLI FTW offers features such as unique power management to provide clean and stable power under extreme high voltage load and all solid-state capacitors for extended durability as well as a proprietary hybrid cooling solution with a built-in water block that supports either liquid or air cooling. It also features 2 Gigabit Ethernets, 8-channel HD audio and 8x SATA II ports instead of 6 on the reference board. With three 16x PCI-Express slots and PCI-Express 2.0 support, nForce 780i SLI FTW has all the features a true gamer can ask for including support for the newest 45nm Intel microprocessors and 3-way SLI (Scalable Link Interface) allowing three similar graphics cards to operate in unison to boost graphics processing performance. nForce 780i SLI FTW comes with a limited lifetime warranty and is available through leading resellers.Source: EVGA
As the title suggests, the picture below shows ASUS R.O.G. Striker II Formula motherboard in detail. Looking almost identical to the original ASUS R.O.G. Striker Formula (nForce 680i), this mobo will be its successor utilizing the new NVIDIA nForce 780i chipset.Expreview
Well known graphics card and motherboard manufacturer EVGA is offering its 680i-based motherboard owners the chance to upgrade to its new 780i motherboard for just $89.99 or €79.99. All you need to do is register your current motherboard and return it to EVGA and you will receive and brand new 780i motherboard complete with a renewed warranty and free shipping.
EVGA is proud to announce its new flagship motherboard; the EVGA 780i SLI; featuring three 16x PCI express slots, PCI express 2.0, and full support for Intel 45nm Core 2 CPU's. The three 16x PCI express slots provide the best platform for NVIDIA 3-way SLI; the latest in SLI technology. The EVGA 780i is ESA (Enthusiast System Architecture) certified which provides the best monitoring and fine tuning of your PC.
XFX debuts the ultimate in gaming pleasure with the introduction of its nForce 780i SLI motherboard, which features the ability to support up to three graphics cards.
NVIDIA Corporation today introduced the Company's next-generation NVIDIA nForce 780i SLI media and communications processor (MCP), designed specifically for 1333FSB Intel QX9650 (Yorkfield) processors. The new nForce 780i SLI MCP brings a multitude of new functionality to Intel platforms, including support for the new Enthusiast System Architecture specification and PCI Express Gen 2.0. It is also the first motherboard solution to support the Company's new 3-way SLI technology, the industry's preeminent multi-GPU platform solution based on NVIDIA GeForce graphics processing units.
Later today NVIDIA will finally release the new nForce 780i and 750i chipsets and one of the first manufacturers to answer the call for new hardware is MSI. What Micro-Star International has prepared are the P7N Diamond and the P7N SLI Platinum motherboards. The nForce 780i-powered Diamond and the 750i-boasting Platinum both feature MSI's Circu-Pipe cooling systems and come with full support for Intel's 45nm Core 2 processors (Yorkfields and Wolfdales), DDR2-1066 support and SLI. The higher-end P7N Diamond is triple-SLI ready and features no less than four PCI-Express x16 slots, while the Platinum board is equipped with three PCI-Express x16 slots, but supports only dual-card setups. Both boards feature solid capacitors and support eSATA but are separated by the number of SATA ports (6 for the Diamond, 4 for the Platinum) and Ethernet interfaces (two on the Diamond). The two new boards are set to hit the stores soon.TechConnect Magazine
ASUSTeK has manufactured the ASUS P5N-T Deluxe motherboard, the first NVIDIA nForce 780i based mainboard to be announced under the ASUS brand. This cutting-edge motherboard works the NVIDIA nForce 780i SLI chipset, which supports ESA (Enthusiast System Architecture), the latest 3-Way SLI technology and Dual PCI Express 2.0 x16 lanes. Supporting up to 8GB of DDR2-1066/800/667 un-buffered memory the P5N-T Deluxe also comes with Precision Tweaker 2 and the world’s first ASUS EPU (Energy Processing Unit) that monitors CPU power supply and fine-tunes it with improved VRM efficiency in heavy or light loadings to attain the best possible power efficiency and energy savings to help save the environment. Follow this link for more information.ASUS
ASUS P5N-T Deluxe will be the firm's nForce 680i series successor. Brought to fix some of the nForce 680i bugs, the ASUS P5N-T Deluxe uses NVIDIA's soon to be released nForce 780i chipset, which is in fact a 680i with an added additional PCIe 2.0 bridge. The six pages long preview shows pretty much everything from specs to board layout and heatsink design.
ASUS P5N-T Deluxe nForce 780i Motherboard PreviewHardwareXL
ASUS P5N-T Deluxe nForce 780i Motherboard PreviewHardwareXL
NVIDIA is planning to launch its Intel-based nForce 780i chipset in December this year, however mass shipments will not occur until January next year. The nForce 780 SLI chipset will be available to two forms, the nForce 780i SLI (C72 XE) supporting Intel and nForce 780a SLI (C72 P) supporting AMD. The nForce 780i will target Intel's X38 chipsets as its major competitor. It will support PCI Express 2.0 and 3-way SLI technology with three PCI Express x16 slots. Motherboard pricing will be around US$200. With most of the features of the 780i similar to those of the X38 with the added benefit of 3-way SLI, some motherboard makers expect the chipset to have a good chance of performing well in the market. The chipset will also feature NVIDIA's ESA (Enthusiast System Architecture) to monitor the PC hardware status. In related news, NVIDIA's support for DDR3 will show up in the first quarter next year.Source: DigiTimes
The NVIDIA nForce 780i chipset has been reported for having issues with Intel's Penryn processors. The exact issues remain unknown but the chipset will be delayed an additional two months and will not expected until December. NordicHardware also reports that the nForce 780i might possibly be the same as the nForce 680i with an additional PCIe bridge chipset and identical performance. However, we all hope the 780i will be much more than its predecessor.Source: NordicHardware
Less than two weeks from now NVIDIA will be releasing its nForce 780i chipset marked to bring tri-SLI support for all hardcore users. GIGABYTE is going to be among the first motherboard manufacturers to introduce nForce 780i powered board. The GA-780SLi-DS5 has now been pictured and can be viewed just below. The board comes with two heatpipes cooling system, six SATA ports, three PCIe x16 slots that are tri-SLI ready and four DDR2 memory slots supporting DDR2-1066. The GA780SLI-DS5 will be released next month and is likely to have a bigger brother (DS/Q6).TechConnect Magazine
NVIDIA will be releasing the nForce 700 series chipset for both AMD and Intel platforms in the month of November. The nForce 780i for the Intel platform is set to have a hard launch on November 12, the same day the G92 and G98 are rumored to be available in shops. The new chipset will support 1066 FSB Core 2 processors, 1333 FSB processors, and the upcoming 45nm Yorkfield and Wolfdale processors. It will also have three PCI-Express 2.0 x16 slots ready for Tri-SLI, two Gigabit Ethernet controllers, and six SATA 3.0 ports. While the C72 (780i) only supports DDR2, NVIDIA plans to release the C73 chipset with DDR3 support in the first quarter of 2008.Source: TechConnect Magazines