Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Tim S, 10 Oct 2006.
What's AMD's next socket?
When we will see Nforce5 based Intel boards, and good ones for that matter?
NF5xx is replaced by NF6xxs
Wrong as Asus already launched some using the older C19 northbridge ... P5N SLI with 570 & P5N32-SLI using 590 Premium.
Afaik the new nF6xxxs are all using the new C55 northbridge rather than the older C19.
I thought they were all sold now and no-one was producing any more.
nForcer asked when they would ever be seen & the answer "never" can't be right as they already have been ...
You're probably right that no one is still producing but e.g. Newegg still has stock http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16813131032 as do OcUK.
Well, they are poor anyway, no one should buy them
Great move gigabyte If I didnt have a shuttle I would have a gigabtye based tower. And if gigabyte made shuttle replacement boards mine would have been swapped quicker than a set of tires in nascar.
It is nice to see gigabyte take the intiative with its boards instead of having to wait for a customer outcry to get the support enabled.
eh i was hoping to land my hands on a 590. Anyway, should we b seeing a nf6 with c55 northbridge soon or next year or never for intel based chipsets?
I'm hoping to get a new pc built by dec or jan and i've been looking around for a new nvidia based mobo but there arent really any decent ones out there that are new (nforce5)
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