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Old 7th June 2006, 10:27   #1
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Turn Your nForce 570 into nForce 570 SLI

Our regular readers may remember that by closing the bridges on the chipset North Bridge we could make nForce4 chipset support SLI and SATA-300 turning it into an analog to more expensive solutions. Keeping in mind that the new nForce 5xx series of chipsets are single-chip solutions based on nForce 570 SLI chip, the idea of modifying it is also very tempting.

The modified mainboard demonstrated the same performance level as its fellow board based on a real nForce 570 SLI. Theoretically, this transformation allows saving about 50% of the mainboard cost. The only problem is that this modification is extremely complicated and may be dangerous for the board.
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