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Old 1st April 2007, 13:11   #1
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Default Ty4n Trinity Review: Bringing Extreme SLI to the AMD platform

Sometimes motherboard makers go out of their way to create a different kind of product, oftentimes this is in response to an industry trend though more often than not its to give back to the community that has supported them over the years. Soltek did this a couple years ago when they released a Springdale based motherboard that supported the new 775 pin Intel processor. The new Intel 775 pin processors at first used the same processor core as the current 478 pin versions however the new chipsets did not allow for AGP video and most only supported DDR2 memory. The new Soltek system allowed you to keep your expensive video cards and current DDR memory stock while taking advantage of the new processor architecture.

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