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Old September 20, 2007, 01:41 PM
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My System Specs


SLI and Crossfire can be "hacked" on a driver level to work, and HP most likely paid a stupid amount of money to all 3 manufacturers to "unlock" SLI/Crossfire on the same chipset. I have to agree with SKYMTL on this. There is no way you'll see a mainstream retail motherboard that will support both, and we are even less likely to ever see an Intel chipset officially support SLI. It just won't happen unless a mainboard manufacturer decides to pay the 3 majors some serious dough to allow it. OEM, yes. Retail, no.
Old: Dell 960 SFF Q9550/8GB DDR2/R7 250 2GB/Xonar D1/BT 4.0/128GB SSD/2TB HDD
Older: HP DC7800USDT/E8500/4GB DDR2/160GB HDD
Older still: MSI K8N NEO4/165/2GB DDR/700W PSU
Oldest: S478 P4/specs to come when I can work in it....
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