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EVGA NFORCE 790I ULTRA SLI NVIDIA CHIPSETLAN DRIVER
We tested by looping 3DMark and Prime95 on all cores and the board sailed through EVGA nForce 790i Ultra SLI NVIDIA ChipsetLAN test remaining stable and responsive 24 hours later. Everything else was left to its default settings. As usual we first ran Prime95 on all cores first and it seemed to hold up well for minutes, then we added 3DMark which promptly caused it to fail within 10 minutes. Prime95 continued to run in the background and the system didn't lock up or BSOD, but we couldn't get any 3D applications to run stably. In Nvidia's own words it states: The benefits for the beginner include a good introduction to tweaking and guaranteed success with their first over clock.
Conclusions I'd be lying if this review hadn't given us a lot of headaches and after spending a lot of time talking to Nvidia about the potential of the nForce i Ultra SLI in the run up to its launch—specifically how it was "designed for tweaking and overclocking" and the extreme enthusiast—it doesn't really apply. While there were some absolutely fantastic moments with this board, in the entire time we've spent with it, it has whittled down to a basic disappointment. Both the Crucial Ballistix and Corsair Dominator are clearly not the limiting factor — we've at least run the Corsair faster on other boards. The latest P04 BIOS helped slightly — we could now run lower than CAS-8, but it didn't improve the 3D stability with enhanced memory timings—something we feel is really needed.
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Exactly, we discussed it recently in our SLI and 3-way SLI articles; in the lower resolutions in combination with multiple GPUs we always stumble into a decrease in framerate opposed to a "single" graphics card. Two new features to be precise: This greatly helps to fight off data-latency in SLI mode. This is what we call a point-to-point approach that reduces traffic latency in-between the graphics processors utilized. Compare this with a network HUB and a Switch.
In a HUB data-packets are transmitted to all ports, in a switch the data-packets are transmitted to a specific port. Though a HUB is EVGA nForce 790i Ultra SLI NVIDIA ChipsetLAN pretty dumb way of getting data from point a to B, it's a very efficient one. The same principle is handled in an environment with multiple GPUs. Technology for the rich and famous right now as only the most expensive flagship products have a second SLI finger to enable three cards to render your games with some more punch. Eventually I hope it may support 3-way configurations of other GPUs as well.
You can check out our 3-way SLI preview here. RAID 5 is the version most often recommended as it takes a number of disks, stripes them together, and puts a parity section on each disk.
Vdroop is going to keep your voltages stable when it transitions from idle to load. Vdroop will kind of drop it a little bit, on the high end.
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And that's bad, because if you need that high voltage to get your overclock to work properly at that high freaquency, EVGA nForce 790i Ultra SLI NVIDIA ChipsetLAN that last second, when it drops a little bit to protect it, you are going to kill it. And pretty much EVGA knows that you are going be getting a better CPU cooler, and you are going to have an awesome power supply that provides very good clean power, and you don't really need that Vdroop control.
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What you do need is that maximum voltage, as you transition from idle to load, and you need that to keep your system stable with a fast overclock. So that's why they provide you with Vdroop control.
Now in case you don't know about the i in general, I'll give you like a i overview, as quickly as I possibly can. So let's go over quick to the board, I guess.
Starting off up here: Three PCI Express 2. As well as 2 PCI slots.
If you populate all three of these with EVGA nForce 790i Ultra SLI NVIDIA ChipsetLAN cards, you know, dual slot cards, you will not get to use these. EVGA is happy to announce the i Ultra SLI motherboard, foundation for the world s fastest gaming PCs, delivering top performance for NVIDIA nForce i Ultra SLI, the foundation for ultimate gaming: Integrated LAN, 2 x 10// nForce i SLI Motherboard. EVGA Corporation Contains NVIDIA nForce i Ultra SLI MCP and SPP. ❑ System Dual LAN interface built-in onboard.