Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links. The Green Mountain State Posts: The nForce a SLI and nForce chips are located adjacent to each other, and are cooled actively by a fan-heatsink. It’s too new to have more than one chipset. People tend put Phenom II with its competitive class and product generation as that of the Core i7.
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ASRock also happens to be the company that used older Intel chipsets to support relatively new CPUs chilset other manufacturers didn’t.
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nVidia nForce 980a SLI chipset for AMD AM3
All times are GMT Well, I’m definitely not the hax0r that can somehow get new processors to run on old chipsets. Because Intel is being such a bitch there is just one chipset supporting i7, its not clear whether nvidia will be allowed to make theirs for this Intel platform. It could be because the AMD chips perform more duties than the intel equivalents due to the built in memory controller possibly? Originally Posted by Tyree.
One GPU is the better choice. Its hard to say.
It could be “what the market will bare” coming into effect and AMD users demanding lower prices than intel users too. A corsair would be much better. That earthwatts won’t due. There 980s plenty of Intel options that directly compete with AMD and do it in the same price bracket. It’s not Intel saying “eff you” to nVidia. Waterblock with L-shaped nozzles could work I suppose. I don’t know how they keep the motherboard prices reasonable but it works.
The company published the product page on its website, and has pictured its reference design motherboard based on the chipset. Alsomost motherboard onboard chipxet is just as good as any soundcardso a soundcard isn’t really needed unless you work with audio mixing and editing.
And those of us that want some variety not to mention somewhat lower prices brought to us due to some healthy competition look to what AMD has to offer as well. So how is this any different?
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I trhink it would be really cool if they came out with an AMD board that allowed the end user to be able to go with either cross-fire or sli. The AsRock A does that. Phenom II X4 or maybe Well there were plenty of options before the i7 flagship which is still in infancy. Stay with Asus or Gigabyte for the best reliability. Posting your PC specs will help us to assist you quicker and effectively. Corei7 is not the only game in town. Both Intel and AMD are equally victim to this.
It most likely won’t, except for that ASRock nForce 3 motherboard. X58 has everything one could need. Well, that’s just with the new Core i7. If anything, it’s nVidia saying “eff you” to Intel, or their fans; depends on you look at it. Virus Problem, Please Help. Should i stick with an ati GX chipset and not migrate towards a possible calamity by buying a mobo with nForce a?