Originally Posted by steven975 /forum/post/18230550
np, I have 70A on one rail.
Originally Posted by DaveFi /forum/post/18230582
Maybe so, but consider those with multicore processors use much of that.
Mine adds up to 72A together (1010w). I don't think I have enough. I'm running a GTX 295 now, so it might work anyways, but it's an older discontinued model and my setup has lots of peripherals.
Originally Posted by DaveFi /forum/post/18232084
Just noticed this board requires PCI-E "2.0". That's a first. That should get a few people to upgrade their motherboards.
Originally Posted by steven975 /forum/post/18232453
we'll see. I'm on the fence between ATI and Nvidia this time. I lean toward Nvidia as the drivers are more consistent and SLI seems to work better and more often.
Originally Posted by -Ticarus- /forum/post/18235827
I surprisingly just sold my 1yr old gtx 295 for $520 on ebay! Thats actually more than i paid it. Not sure to go fermi or revision 2 5970, will wait to see some reviews I guess. Ati gives me issues with underscan on my panasonic plasma though.
Originally Posted by fcorona76 /forum/post/18234064
Dont tell that to my two PCI Avermedia A180's that work 1000000% better than any of the dual tuner PCI-e cards I've tried.
Originally Posted by DaveFi /forum/post/18236861
On that note- does anyone think the new Fermi boards will have onboard audio?