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Some questions about the EVGA nForce 790i SLI FTW Digital PWM Motherboard

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This board is actually old now :D
But that Digital PWM design catches my eyes a lot. :laugh:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5jlo5mfwnjM&feature=related

Is this one the only consumer board that has that kind of technology ?? Not to mention some high-end workstation or server board.
Plus what exactly the advantages that those PWM delivers compare to just a regular power delivery combination to the CPU which includes: Core Chokes, Transistors and Capacitors

That Albert guy (on the video above) does his job excellent though. Still need more info on that.

Thanks guys :D