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    can someone please help me in choosing a mobo for my core i5 2400, which is SLi enabled as well as b3-stepped..Thanks

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    Default Re: a mobo for sandy bridge core i5 2400

    You could ask this question in your previously opened thread, and if you find any SLi supported H67 board, go for that. And why do you want to buy a P67 board for 2400 anyway?

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    Default Re: a mobo for sandy bridge core i5 2400

    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    You could ask this question in your previously opened thread, and if you find any SLi supported H67 board, go for that. And why do you want to buy a P67 board for 2400 anyway?
    May be for SLi support.

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    Default Re: a mobo for sandy bridge core i5 2400

    gigabyte p67A-UD3R only supports crossfireX
    its x16/x4
    not x8/x8
    you'll lose around 5-10% performance
    link for the mobo specification
    http://www.gigabyte.eu/products/prod...px?pid=3764#sp

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    Default Re: a mobo for sandy bridge core i5 2400

    Quote Originally Posted by emroz_2272 View Post
    gigabyte p67A-UD3R only supports crossfireX
    its x16/x4
    not x8/x8
    you'll lose around 5-10% performance
    link for the mobo specification
    http://www.gigabyte.eu/products/prod...px?pid=3764#sp
    Thanks. Post deleted as gigabyte p67A-UD3R only supports crossfire.

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    Default Re: a mobo for sandy bridge core i5 2400

    Only x4 !!! I wouldn't SLI with that board !!! Pure waste of money !!!

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    So anyone got any mobo up their mind of my choice?? :/

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    Default Re: a mobo for sandy bridge core i5 2400

    Quote Originally Posted by dj_beggar View Post
    Only x4 !!! I wouldn't SLI with that board !!! Pure waste of money !!!
    It's like you can get a primary card running at 16x and a dedicated PhysX card running at 4x.

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    Default Re: a mobo for sandy bridge core i5 2400

    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    It's like you can get a primary card running at 16x and a dedicated PhysX card running at 4x.
    yeah, now that makes sense !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    It's like you can get a primary card running at 16x and a dedicated PhysX card running at 4x.
    thats bad cause ,im gonna buy a PhysX card :/

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    Default Re: a mobo for sandy bridge core i5 2400

    Quote Originally Posted by Mashfiqur Rahman View Post
    thats bad cause ,im gonna buy a PhysX card :/
    If you get a single card, there will be no problem to use a card for PhysX, since the primary one will run at 16x and the PhysX card will run at 4x, and 4x is enough for PhysX processing only. But before you go for a dedicated PhysX card, do some research.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    If you get a single card, there will be no problem to use a card for PhysX, since the primary one will run at 16x and the PhysX card will run at 4x, and 4x is enough for PhysX processing only. But before you go for a dedicated PhysX card, do some research.
    hmmm ok but still,isnt there any perfect mobo whichsupoorts both perfectly ?? :/

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    Default Re: a mobo for sandy bridge core i5 2400

    Quote Originally Posted by Mashfiqur Rahman View Post
    hmmm ok but still,isnt there any perfect mobo whichsupoorts both perfectly ?? :/
    PCIe 2.0 16x 4x is perfect for a main GPU and a PPU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    PCIe 2.0 16x 4x is perfect for a main GPU and a PPU.
    ohh ok then thanks its getting real complicated ,so yeah ill just get the Gigabyte p67A-UD3R-b3 mobo for one gpu running at 16X........and any idea when the gtx-560 ti might come out and the price??

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    Default Re: a mobo for sandy bridge core i5 2400

    Quote Originally Posted by Mashfiqur Rahman View Post
    ohh ok then thanks its getting real complicated ,so yeah ill just get the Gigabyte p67A-UD3R-b3 mobo for one gpu running at 16X........and any idea when the gtx-560 ti might come out and the price??
    MSI GTX 560 Ti costs ~22k.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    MSI GTX 560 Ti costs ~22k.
    Asus or Gigabyte er gula nai...and i heard price bole 19k or something :/

    ---------- Post added at 18:05 ---------- Previous post was at 15:26 ----------

    Adminscan close this thread now ..and thanks everyone..

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    Default Re: a mobo for sandy bridge core i5 2400

    Quote Originally Posted by Mashfiqur Rahman View Post
    Asus or Gigabyte er gula nai...and i heard price bole 19k or something :/

    ---------- Post added at 18:05 ---------- Previous post was at 15:26 ----------

    Adminscan close this thread now ..and thanks everyone..
    Asus and gigabyte's price will be no less then 21.5k. You heard the price of 560 not 560 ti.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pcgamer View Post
    Asus and gigabyte's price will be no less then 21.5k. You heard the price of 560 not 560 ti.
    accha btw bro MSi gtx-560 ti is a better choice than hd 6950 1 Gb????and is the msi gpu better than those 560 ti'd of Asus And Gigabyte? please help this my last question Thanks

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    Default Re: a mobo for sandy bridge core i5 2400

    Quote Originally Posted by Mashfiqur Rahman View Post
    accha btw bro MSi gtx-560 ti is a better choice than hd 6950 1 Gb????and is the msi gpu better than those 560 ti'd of Asus And Gigabyte? please help this my last question Thanks
    See the comparison in games by yourself:http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/330?vs=331. Here they also compare power consumption, temperature, noise level etc. See the chart carefully because in games higher frame per second is better and for last few comparison lower power consumption, temperature, noise level is better.

    You cannot compare MSI, ASUS or GIGABYTE if all of them is providing same features (like dual fan and 2 years warranty). But the one you get cheap is certainly provide better value.

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