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    ASUS nVidia 790i Ultra SLI Ready ,StrikerII Extreme!!

    StrikerII Extreme=790i Ultra SLI
    StrikerII NSE=790i SLI
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    LMAO. What's the CPU_CRAZY part on that board?

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    And NB CRAZY and SB CRAZY.
    Voltage by jumpers?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Drunner611 View Post
    LMAO. What's the CPU_CRAZY part on that board?
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    Quote Originally Posted by n00b 0f l337 View Post
    And NB CRAZY and SB CRAZY.
    Voltage by jumpers?
    All the LED
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    nice

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    Asus should use spell check
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    pics or ban




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    what is the diference between ultra and ultra SLI?

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    Quote Originally Posted by metro.cl View Post
    what is the diference between ultra and ultra SLI?
    i don't know ultra and ultra SLI diference

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    Quote Originally Posted by metro.cl View Post
    what is the diference between ultra and ultra SLI?
    if it is anything like the 650i naming system then ultra would be a non-SLI version like the 650i ultra.
    when some say "why mod?" i say "why not mod?"

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    real pics, no crap from manual ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by T_M View Post
    Asus should use spell check
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    I dont know if this is serious or a joke, lol. But it is very common place for companies to miss pronounce names. Its a marketing thing. Has nothing to do with their bad understanding of english.
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    Asus mobo manuals are always pretty bad for spelling

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    Im digging the 1x pci-e above the first 16x slot for sound card that is a good feature imo

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    Quote Originally Posted by cloned View Post
    if it is anything like the 650i naming system then ultra would be a non-SLI version like the 650i ultra.
    From the 1st post you can tell that both will be 3way SLI ready.

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    Nice!

    I hope it hits retail sooner than expected. Hopefully we can get our hands on this late February...1st week of March?
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    Maybe was the lack of sleep but i somehow found the diference, look at the memory support.

    Ultra SLI > 2000MHz DDR3
    SLI > 1600MHz DDR3

    So maybe there is a hardware diference, one has 2 phase DDR3 and the other doesnt

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    Ultra SLI is suppose to be a better overclocker too.

    The difference is about the same here as it is between X38 and X48.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T_M View Post
    Asus mobo manuals are always pretty bad for spelling
    Ah, I get what your saying now, but then again. I seriously can not say I have ever read a manual without bad spelling errors, very sad, when you think about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NH|Delph1 View Post
    Ultra SLI is suppose to be a better overclocker too.

    The difference is about the same here as it is between X38 and X48.

    //Andreas
    On that subject what is the real difference between X38 and X48 as both can do DDR2 Memory dont see any other features present?
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    I'm getting it!
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