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Monday, 19 May 2008 08:22

eVGA 750i SLI FTW - 2 Features

Written by Eliot Kucharik
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Review: nVidia still can't do good chipsets.




Features:
nForce 750i
6-phase VRM
Analog Devices ADP3189 VRM driver
ti TSB43AB22A 1394a Firewire controller
Realtek ALC888S
Realtek 8211B PCIe network PHY
Winbond W83627DHG Super I/O controller
passive cooling of chipsets/VRM
8Mb BIOS, version 1.3

Slots:
2x PCIe 2.0 x16
1x PCIe x2
3x PCI

Memory:
2x Dual-Channel DDR2-slots for PC2-6400U memory up to 8GB

Storage:
4-Port SATA II featuring RAID 0, 1
1-Port IDE

Backpanel ports:
1x PS/2 keyboard
1x PS/2 mouse
1x Gb LAN
1x Firewire
6x USB 2.0
7.1 analog output
1x SP/DIF digital out
1x eVGA Fan


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Accessories:
1x 4-port USB 2.0 bracket
4x SATA cable with clips
2x HDD-power to 2x SATA power cable
1x Floppy cable
1x IDE cable
1x fan


BIOS features:
Bus Speeds: Auto, 400MHz to 2500MHz in 1MHz increments
Memory Ratios: Auto, linked, unlinked, fixed ratios: 1:1, 3:2, 5:4, sync
FSB Strap: none
DRAM command rate: Auto, 1T, 2T
DRAM timing control: Auto, manual
PCIe Frequency: Auto, 100 to 200 MHz in 1MHz increments
CPU Clock Multiplier: Auto, manual
Core 2 Duo: 6x-11x in 0.5x increments - Core-2 Duo, downwards unlocked
Core 2 Extreme: 6x-16X in 0.5x increments, downwards unlocked
CPU Voltage: auto, 0.5000V to 1.8000V in 0.0125V increments
DRAM Voltage: auto, 1.80V to 2.50V in 0.025V increments
FSB Termination: auto, 1.10V to 1.55 in 0.05V increments
Northbridge Voltage: auto, 1.30V to 1.55V in 0.05V increments
NF200: 1.20V to 1.55V in 0.05V increments


Testbed:
Motherboard:
eVGA 750i SLI FTW (provided by eVGA)
nForce 650i/NF200

CPU:
Intel Core 2 Duo E8400

CPU-Cooler:
Scythe Andy Samurai Master (provided by Scythe-Europe)

Memory:
Kingston 2GB Kit PC2-9600U KHX9600D2K2/2G (provided by Kingston)
CL5-5-5-20 CR2T @1.85V

Graphics Card:
Jetway Radeon HD3870 (provided by mec-electronics)

Power supply:
Seasonic S12-II 500W

Hard disk:
Western Digital WD4000KD (provided by Ditech)

Case fans:
SilenX iXtrema Pro 14dB(A) (provided by PC-Cooling.at)
Scythe DFS122512LS

Case:
Cooler Master Stacker 831 Lite (provided by Cooler Master)


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