Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by CardJoe, 23 Sep 2009.
I was under the impression that the Asus P7P55D vanilla did not support SLI.
Cool. But ensure you have more then enough time to fiddle with the MSI Big Bang for release day review!
Yes, if the GPU scaling on that is really as they promise this would surely be the P55 board of choice... It'd be amazing if I could pair a 5870 with my 260 for example...
I thought I read differently! I will absolutely check when it comes to the full review.
This blog post was also written at the start of last week too, so some of it's a bit late now
YOU ARE SUPPOSED TO BE ON HOLIDAY! DO NOT MAKE ME TEMP BAN YOU!
Do it. Maybe we should anyway for his own good.
Everyone knows motherboards are better post-cake.
Getting cake in the CPU socket! And doing it well enough to bend 6 pins. Is the socket rather fragile, or did you drop a bit lump of cake in? nom nom nom
With an i5 750 retail heatsink and Gigabyte p55-ud3p I've managed to get 3.6 GHz with 200 MHz BCLK and an 18x multiplier. I'm sure that with a better cooler 4 GHz is posible.
I blame Harry!
Still, it is a testament to their design if it still works with your addition. I guess that is why the memory was being flaky? and was it flicking around once booted up or just sometimes booting with 2GB and sometimes with 4? if the former that could be fun to watch...
Any reviews for mATX 785 AM3 boards coming?
P'ah. It's a trifling matter. We've already taken someone into custardy.
i wonder if i get banned for that
Do it so we can patrick v sparta without fear of the hammer of ban.
can the x58 MSI uATX do sli/CF or just CF?
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