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You are right on all counts. Last night I was researching all 3 boards we have mentioned here and I was wondering what real advantage I would have over the P5Q with the P5Q-E? They are the better boards. I threw in that P5N-D just to see what your opinion was. A local shop was promoting it, but you know how it is when someone is trying to sell you something. And I really don't think I need SLI, but you never know. And when I looked at the P5N-D it didn't have the room for 2 8800GTS's.
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What about this board James? http://www.newegg.co...N82E16813131299
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Yes, that board is a great board as well, in fact, I think it fits your needs better then the ones I provided considering you won't need the additional features on the other boards mentioned in this thread.
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