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Old 2nd June 2009, 15:40   #1
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Default J&W Intel P55 board openly claims SLI support

J&W's upcoming P55 motherboard is the first we've seen proudly claiming support for Nvidia's SLI.

We already know the PCI-Express lanes come direct from the CPU for Lynnfield/P55, so the two PCI-Express lanes are physically x16 but only x8 electrically in SLI mode. In single card mode the upper most slot gets a full x16 2.0 bandwidth though.

J&W's board has some heavy cooling around the CPU socket for the eight phases, and also includes the extra slot connector for NAND Flash by the four DDR3 1,333MHz memory slots.

http://www.bit-tech.net/news/hardwar...-sli-support/1
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