Monday, December 17th 2007

XFX Launches nForce 780i Motherboard

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.
The first platform created specifically for a three-way SLI gaming experience, the XFX nForce 780i SLI motherboard offers unmatched performance and an unparalleled DirectX gaming experience. The only Intel solution that supports true PCI Express 2.0, this motherboard is superior for 3-way and SLI as well as multi-monitor configurations.

Featuring a first-of-its-kind Enthusiast System Architecture (ESA)-certified platform that enables users to take ultimate control of their gaming experience, the ESA offers real-time component monitoring and tuning features. Specifically, users can integrate multiple ESA components with the 780i motherboard into one platform. Users have greater control of their ESA system in real-time. The 780i motherboard also includes an easy-to-understand interface, which simplifies component debugging and maximizes overall system performance.

Designed for next-generation technologies, the XFX nForce 780i SLI motherboard fully utilizes the new NV Monitor features, that includes full overclocking for Intel Yorkfield and Wolfdale CPUs. Other features include NVIDIA FirstPacket, NVIDIA DualNet and MediaShield technologies; up to 1200 MHZ of DDR2 (SLI memory); three x16 PCI Express slots; six SATA drives; ten USB ports; up to 1333 MHz FSB.

To learn more about the XFX nForce 780i SLI motherboard or to locate a participating e-tailer, go to XFX
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28 Comments on XFX Launches nForce 780i Motherboard

Jimmy 2004 said:
I think it has six actually - I can only see four, and those are at the bottom right of the RAM slots. I can't see the other two, but I'm guessing that it might be them beneath the floppy connector facing sideways.
Thanks, you are right, there is 6. Everything is just black, hard to tell whats what.
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BOSE said:
Thanks, you are right, there is 6. Everything is just black, hard to tell whats what.
I know exactly what you mean - I was struggling to work out what was where.
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sam0t said:
Cool it looks but really, theres not much else that looks attractive in here. Nvidia MB chips are notorious for their heat and power consumptationt, looks like they are not going down with 780i, I mean that heatsink/fan is just sick!
The large northbridge is most likely due to the fact that is has to be big enough to cover both the Northbridge and the PCI-E 2.0 bridge.
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