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    Arrow nVidia 590 chipset Intel Edition Mobos

    When are LGA775 motherboards based on the nVidia's 590 chipset are to be released? I was hoping to build a system using the Asus P5N32-SLI Premium/WiFi-AP motherboard....But, product release dates and other information seems to be unavailable. Have you folks heard any news so far? It seems that the 590 is working wonders for the AM2, so I would imagine in be as great for the Core 2 Duo....

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    Default Re: nVidia 590 chipset Intel Edition Mobos

    I haven't seen any launch dates for the nForce 5xx series chipsets for Intel. You might also want to have a look for news on the ATI RD600 chipset that was being developed for Conroe. The ATI chipset looks to be the best bet for the platform, though ATI's chipset license is under some question since the ATI/AMD merger. If the chipset gets launched I am pretty sure it will be the one to get.
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    Default Re: nVidia 590 chipset Intel Edition Mobos

    nvidia announced the 590nforce chipset (with a reference board) for intel about a month ago, i dont know when any release dates are though
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    Default Re: nVidia 590 chipset Intel Edition Mobos

    I've got a pair of evga 7800 gt's i was hoping to use...so I'm shying away from Crossfire....unless ATI-based mobos will some day do both SLI and Crossfire....

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    Arrow Re: nVidia 590 chipset Intel Edition Mobos

    I found an interesting article onATI RD600 vs NVidia 590 reference boards

    The DFI (ATI) RD600 reference board overclocks like a beast!!! But I'm still keeping my pair 7800GTs

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    Default Re: nVidia 590 chipset Intel Edition Mobos

    The release date can't be that far off. Maximum PC just built a machine using that and a core 2 duo X6800. Should be a very good board. I'm hoping that it will just require a bios upgrade for quad-core.

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    Default Re: nVidia 590 chipset Intel Edition Mobos

    I have an RS480 that I've gotten to run 335MHz HTT. Only thing is that Asus ****ed up and didn't give me enough voltage options for the CPU, but other than that its a pretty sweet overclocking board.
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    Default Re: nVidia 590 chipset Intel Edition Mobos

    I found the only website that makes any sort of release date claim....but its a "soft" date though

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