DO YOU THINK THIS IS A GOOD MOBO?

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  1. sabot00 said:

    It's good for a Nvidia chipset motherboard. 780i is better. Ideally, use iIntel chipset boards such as x38/48 for performance, and p35 for value.
  2. btw does the gigabyte GA-X48-DS4 support SLI?
    and how does it compare to the 750i and 780i?
  3. Only nvidia chipsets support SLI
  4. jonyb222 said:
    Only nvidia chipsets support SLI

    OUCH!! the GA-X48-DS4 would have rocked but now im pretty much limited to 750i 780i and the 600's
    PS: this might be a newb question, but if i had a PCI tv tuner would it work with a PCIe port?
  5. sabot00 said:
    OUCH!! the GA-X48-DS4 would have rocked but now im pretty much limited to 750i 780i and the 600's
    PS: this might be a newb question, but if i had a PCI tv tuner would it work with a PCIe port?



    If this early benchmark for 4870 is real, you might consider Crossfire as a viable alternative to sli. X38/48 supports crossfire as 2x PCIE2.0 16x, which you can think of as 2x PCIE32x. 4870 is to be released at the end of may, which is this month.
    http://forums.legitreviews.com/about15370.html
  6. definitely hope thats real but the 9900's are going to be relesed soon too.
  7. dagger said:
    It's good for a Nvidia chipset motherboard. 780i is better. Ideally, use iIntel chipset boards such as x38/48 for performance, and p35 for value.


    +1
  8. sabot00 said:
    btw does the gigabyte GA-X48-DS4 support SLI?
    and how does it compare to the 750i and 780i?

    btw if i had a PCI tv tuner will i be able to use it with a PCIe port?
  9. sabot00 said:
    btw if i had a PCI tv tuner will i be able to use it with a PCIe port?

    A PCI tv tuner plugs into PCI slot, not PCIE.
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