BFG will is gearing up to offer its first SLI motherboard. The company today announced that it will be launching an Nforce 590 SLI-based motherboard in October. The board will support AMD's socket AM2, come with the chipset 590's two x16 PCI Express lanes, support up to six hot-swappable SATA hard drives, four USB 2.0 ports and includes system monitoring features such as temperature sensing for the CPU and system as well as fan speed controls. Besides the driver CD, the board also comes with Ulead's Video Studio 9 software.
Pricing has not been announced.