Today we're taking a look at Asus' new nForce 4 SLI X16 motherboard, the follow-on to their very successful A8N series of enthusiast targeted, Socket 939 boards based on the nForce 4 SLI chipset.
The A8N32 SLI Deluxe is driven by the new two-chip nForce 4 SLI X16 chipset, with two full X16 PCI Express Graphics slots for significantly more available bandwidth for SLI Dual PCIe Graphics configurations. But like evolutions in the AGP bus, does the added bandwidth really help all that much today? In some situations the answer is a very firm "absolutely".
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