Blitz Formula (Intel P35) v.s P5N32-E SLI (NVIDIA nForce 680i SLI)

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s06cf Posted: Wed, Aug 22 2007 9:44 AM

My question is which is the best board out of these two.. I have readied both of there review stating that they cut out to do the job well.. But I have not seen any review, which compare the two... why is that I wonder?  Are we just afraid of the result that it might bring.. I mean come on, Intel and NVIDIA always claim there are much supreme then one another, but I want to know who takes the spotlight.. Any comment on the subject would be great..

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Here's a quote from a guy named Shimmishim(don't know him just read the name on the post @ anandtech)who seems to know the skinny on your silicone query:

unlinked fsb/mem ability

680 chipset is hot hot hot
FSB limited to around 500

o/c mem like crazy
500+ easily obtainable (useful for 6300, 6320, 6400, 6420, 6550, 6750) for extreme fsb o/c
supports ddr2 and ddr3

none that i can think of off the top of my head besides not having unlinked mem/fsb like 680/650 chipset

I have:
Asus P5N32-E SLI Plus (650i hybrid)
Asus P5B Deluxe (965)
Abit IP-35 Pro (P35)

my favorite is the abit board followed closely by the p5n32-e then the p5b.

E6850 @ 3915 (9x435) 1.50 volts
4x1GB PC2-8000/8500 Crucial Tracers
Abit IP35 Pro
Silverstone STF750
2x36.7GB WD Raptors Raid 0



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