Any idea when ATI workstation/server mobos will be out?

Discussion in 'PC Hardware, Software and Displays' started by suryad, Feb 7, 2006.

  1. suryad

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    Title says it all. I was wondering when a Crossfire setup without all the crappy bugs would be released...something like an Nvidia-Tyan equivalent....
     
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    what crappy bugs :shock:
    Get one with a ULI south bridge...
     
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    You can't live without that extra usb2 bandwidth ? Got an external usb2 harddrive ? DV camera ? No ? If not, then there's probably nothing wrong with current implementations for you.

    Or are you really looking for dual socket, dual pci-e x16 motherboards with integrated
    scsi controller and 8 ddr1 sockets ?

    EDIT: First comment is regarding ATI southbridge. I do agree that the current crossfire implementations I've seen are a bit lacking when it comes to overclocking (haven't seen sapphires pure crossfire board, ie. not the advantage which is a value board not for overclocking). If this (note that it's not the final design) was more in line with what you're thinking then the launchdate should be soon, my guess is this month or the next at the very latest (with RD580 chipset).
     
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