µATX for "real" SLI or Crossfire?

Discussion in 'Motherboards' started by Phrik, Jun 15, 2007.

  1. Phrik

    Phrik Gawd

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    I just saw a picture of a mobo that has 3 PCIe X16 slots on a µATX motherboard...

    Just look all the way at the bottom of this page, http://www.silverstonetek.com/tech/wh_sg03.php

    Who knows what mobo (make, model, website) that is ?
     
  2. erwos

    erwos [H]ard|Gawd

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    It's an eVGA socket 939 board. Monarch Computer used to sell it a couple years ago. As far as I know, there are no boards like that for LGA 775 or AM2.
     
  3. FallenMystic

    FallenMystic Gawd

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    I'm not sure if the board you are seeing actually has 3 16x PCIe slots, take a look at the 680i board by eVGA, it has what looks like 3 16x slots but they are listing one of them as 'PCIe graphics expansion slot' but doesn't give a rated speed on it...
     
  4. W4ngsta

    W4ngsta Limp Gawd

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  5. Bbq

    Bbq King of Charts

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    The board is rather nice. I have one running (not sli, unfortunatly). It's made by eVGA.

    The only problem, using a single card will block the stock chipset fan, which is very, very annoying. A Thermalright HR-05 SLI might work.