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I have to say though, that review from Guru3D sucks! NVIDIA here, NVIDIA there, hooray! SLI ready memory is "really a great feature".... :rolleyes:

 

Also, the benchmarks don't give any decent comparison, except 780i vs. X38. How can you compare these combinations in a motherboard review?!?!

 

E6600 + 680i (only on the first benchmarks)

Q6600 + 680i

QX6850 + 680i (takes over once the E6600 was dropped :rolleyes:)

QX9650 + 680i

QX9770 + 780i

QX9770 + X38

 

If you want a fair comparison, you need the same processor for each board, how can you compare the 680i with a weaker processor to the 780i with the better processor? Makes NO sense to me! :rolleyes:

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I have to say though, that review from Guru3D sucks! NVIDIA here, NVIDIA there, hooray! SLI ready memory is "really a great feature".... :rolleyes:

 

Also, the benchmarks don't give any decent comparison, except 780i vs. X38. How can you compare these combinations in a motherboard review?!?!

 

E6600 + 680i (only on the first benchmarks)

Q6600 + 680i

QX6850 + 680i (takes over once the E6600 was dropped :rolleyes: )

QX9650 + 680i

QX9770 + 780i

QX9770 + X38

 

If you want a fair comparison, you need the same processor for each board, how can you compare the 680i with a weaker processor to the 780i with the better processor? Makes NO sense to me! :rolleyes:

 

Agreed, as a reviewer that testing method made no sense to me. It was totally FUBAR. I learned absolutely nothing from that review except maybe that I need a better processor. LOL

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