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Thread: Who has X38 running SLI???
10-09-07, 12:26 AM #1
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Who has X38 running SLI???
There were room mers running around that the some X38 MBs could do SLI??
So who has an X38 doin SLI and is it better than the 680i MB???
10-09-07, 12:31 AM #2
That would be no one, the rumors were wrong.My Heatware
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10-09-07, 12:53 AM #3
unfortunatly there is no sli... wasnt intel said to release a x48 chipset... maybe that will have sli capabilities.???#12 in the 4ghz core 2 duo club baby! - 52 inches of CRYSIS! - Black Belt Ubercloxx0r -- Heatware
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10-09-07, 02:18 AM #4
No one knows for sure yet, though Intel dual Xeon "Skulltrail" board does run SLI, albeit with an nVidia MCP.
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10-09-07, 02:31 PM #5
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10-09-07, 07:23 PM #6
It is perfectly capable to do so, just NV wont make the drivers for it. So youll just have to make your own drivers.