Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Nov 16, 2008.
Were are the LN2 Pots for all video cards, chipset, and cpu when you need them Fit?
that... is... almost...pr0n
dang it morgoth techpowerup.org
fast image host!!!
BTW nice board
OOOOOOO! congrats man! im excited to see someone other than me got this. i knew you'd have it pretty fast though. lets get a x58 thread going.
can someone explain to me what the difference is between the core i7 920 LN25239 and the core i7 920 LN24979. From scan.co.uk £10 difference.... why?
could one be OEM?
ye one says OEM and one says retail, still i have no idea what the difference is...
OEM is w/o a fan, its only the processor itself, and i think its only a 30-day or 1 year warranty...
Retail includes box, fan, manual, and it comes with a 3-year warranty.
Hey guys not to be goofy but can you use 2x1gb of ram in these motherboards or do you have to use 3x1gb etc...
and is this motherboard any good it seems reasonable and I could afford this set up
you can use 2 yes. mem bandwidth will suck though. even 1 stick will work.
You can, it'll run in dual channel instead of triple channnel, just be wary of voltages, most of the older high end DDR3 kits run at like 2.0v or higher
what do you need voltage wise for these boards
what would happen with 4 sticks?
I don't think the X58 platinum has solid state capacitators, plus it doesn't support SLI, only CF...well you don't want to use high voltages for memory, Intel lists a spec of 1.65 as maximum, but reviewers have taken them up to 1.8/1.9, however we don't know the long term effects of it yet since it was only released today
I think all X58 supports both sli/xfire.
Triple channel Tom, 3 and 6 sticks, 2 or 4 sticks will still give you dual channel but you will not be using one of the great strengths of the platform.....vis a vis.....high bandwidth triple channel.
nah, only the ones who are licensed to...intel DSO doesn't, and X58 Platinum doesn't
well I think I will stick with the AMD system I just downgraded to pocketing 300.00. I want to sit back and take it all in for a bit
Microcenter says Core i7-920 Boxed Processor "The Best Desktop Processor On The Planet". Hilarious.
anny one found more us webshops selling i7 ? looking for one selling extreame version under 900 us dollar
Think yourself lucky, they cost almost that in UK£ over here I am going to move to the US......I guess I would be rich there! Fook. someone told me I could get a 4 bedroom house in Florida for the UK price of a 1TB hard drive
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