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Monday, 26 March 2007 20:22

XFX release Nforce 680i/LT boards

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Nforce 680i and 680i LT SLI

 

We already told you that XFX plans to introduce its new boards but we didn’t expect them that soon. You can read all about it here.


The famous overclocker company known as XFX will have two boards. The first one is called XFX NFORCE 680I SLI INTEL SOCKET 775 DDR2, based on Nforce 680i SLI supports 1333 MHz FSB and 1200 MHz or faster memory with EPP.

 
It has two SLI capable PCIe 16X slots and third PCIe 16X for physics, dual Gigabit network and Ntune for overclocking.

 
The second one is called XFX NFORCE 680I LT SLI INTEL SOCKET 775 DDR2  and is based on 680i LT SLI has two PCIe 16X slots, supports FSB 1333 FSB but the memory is limited to a modest 800 MHz with SLI ready memory with EPP.


This one has Mediashield storage with RAID, SATA support and TCP/IP "Acceleration". To make the long story shorter, this motherboard is an Nvidia reference design and is the same as EVGA and all the other boards around, at least it should.

 
You can learn more about this motherboard here.

 


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