ASUS Striker II NSE 790i SLI Motherboard Review

Posted: Apr 12 2008, 3:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:22am CDT, in News | Review Ticker

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ThinkComputers published a review of the ASUS Striker II NSE 790i SLI Motherboard.

Quote from the review: "A couple of months ago, I read a post in a forum that stated: "with an Intel processor you should use an Intel chipset", and have seen something similar nearly every day since, including today. I guess that I agreed with it, subconsciously if nothing else. Such was the distance that I had strayed from my roots in such a short time. Which is why when I was informed that I would be reviewing an LGA775 board with an nVidia chipset, I was a little apprehensive, and still am. Today I will be looking at the brand new Asus Striker II NSE motherboard. It is a full-featured DDR3 board for LGA775, utilizing the nVidia nForce 790i SLI chipset, belonging to Asus' ROG (Republic of Gamers) motherboard line. Will the Striker II NSE interrupt my current love affair with Intel chipsets? Read on to see..."
Read the full review on ThinkComputers. Shop for the newest Mobo's on NewEgg.

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