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March 12, 2011 7:39:57 AM

hello i dont know if one of these exsistes yet but i have looked every were and cannot find one in was planning geting an i5 2500k with gtx 460 hawk sli but i cant find a suitable motherboard there all x16 with a single card and x16x8 with two why is this even the maximus extream iv doesnt have it
March 12, 2011 11:32:56 AM

If you're doing sli you won't notice a big performance difference between x16x8 and x16x16
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March 12, 2011 1:07:19 PM

You'll have to wait for X68 if you want x16x16 at reasonable prices.
P67A boards with that feature cost big bucks.
GA-P67A-UD7-B3
MSI Big Bang P67 Marshal
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March 12, 2011 5:24:50 PM

markuk1 said:
hello i dont know if one of these exsistes yet but i have looked every were and cannot find one in was planning geting an i5 2500k with gtx 460 hawk sli but i cant find a suitable motherboard there all x16 with a single card and x16x8 with two why is this even the maximus extream iv doesnt have it



The MSI P67A-GD65 seems to be an option.
The support page does not specify. I assume it means that both are running at 16x
March 12, 2011 7:13:09 PM

667 said:
The MSI P67A-GD65 seems to be an option.
The support page does not specify. I assume it means that both are running at 16x

They actually run at 8X dual.
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March 12, 2011 7:18:14 PM

NF200 only kicks in when you have more then 2 cards on some of the mobos
August 11, 2011 11:30:14 PM

markuk1 said:
hello i dont know if one of these exsistes yet but i have looked every were and cannot find one in was planning geting an i5 2500k with gtx 460 hawk sli but i cant find a suitable motherboard there all x16 with a single card and x16x8 with two why is this even the maximus extream iv doesnt have it

I have the MSI Big Bang Marshal and it runs at 16 x 16 it also has 8 PCIe slots so you will have to have a xl case (HAF X) I am running 2 580's in a HTPC with 16 gigs of ram ,SSD-120
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