Epox 5NVA+ SLI NF4 Intel Edition Motherboard Review

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  1. Silverstrand

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    "Motherboards like the Epox 5NVA+ SLI support Socket 775 Pentium 4/D/Extreme Edition as well as Celeron D processors. The four DIMM slots can accommodate up to 8GB of unbuffered non ECC DDR2 memory running at 400/533/667 MHz, while operating in dual channel mode with 1.8V. Epox also bundles a few on board goodies with the board such as Gigabit LAN, a 7.1 audio controller, IEEE 1394 and my personal favorite a Port 80 diagnostics card. If you need something the motherboard does not support, there are two free PCI Express x1 slots (three if you count the second PCI Express x16 slot when only running one videocard) and two open 32 bit PCI slots for legacy hardware. Of course, we must not overlook the two PCI Express x16 slots which will support SLI set-ups with the appropriate videocards either!"
    REVIEW URL: http://www.pcstats.com/artvnl.cfm?articleID=1849
     
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    mmh, rumor has it that next version of intel's chipset will support both sli and crossfire.
     
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    Pft funny rumor :D Crossfire ant out on AMD yet :p
     
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    Is crossfire available ANYWHERE? And what's with all these new boards supporting 8gb and more of memory. Until someone puts out a viable OS that can properly address all that memory, what's the point? I sure hope Vista is all it's cracked up to be though. Anyone read the big reviews in MaxPC or CPU?
    Edit :: u had 8mb instead of 8gb (unholy)
     
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    XP supports 8gb doesn't it?
     
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    crossfire is suppose to come out in the 26th(I think).
    I think windows do support 8gig (well at least 4gig I think), maybe the server supports more memory.
    Vista is suppose to support way much large memory.
     
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    i will back u up their i think its 128gb
    and 64 cpu's :D
     
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