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|2nd June 2009, 16:40||#1|
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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.
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