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680i Moder Differences

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Lurr Of Omicron Persei 8 May 25, 2007 07:39 PM Reply | Bookmark
Like (2) | Top | Bottom is a list of the differences of the EVGA 680i motherboards. I hope that this will help others that want to get this awesome motherboard.

Plain and Simple:

680i SLI:

AR - First Revision; Lifetime Warranty; Lots of cables; Paper Manual; Quad core OC Issues
TR - First Revision; 2 Year Warranty; Less cables than AR; PDF Manual; Quad Core OC Issues
A1 - Same as AR but does not have Quad Core issues
T1 - Same as TR, but without Quad Core issues

680i LT:
The 680i LT is exactly the same as the 680i accept for the following:

PCB is Green (680i is Black)
Official memory support is DDR2-800 (680i is DDR2-1200)
2 PCI-e (2x 16x) (680i has 3 (2x 16x, 1x 8x))
LT has Dual fans (680i has Heatpipe, with optional fan)
LT has 1 Ethernet port (680i has 2)
LT has no LED Post code display
LT is cheaper (go figure? :))

The 680i LT Revisions are as follows:

A1 - Lifetime warranty; Lots of cables; Paper manual; no quad core issues
T1 - 2 year warranty; less cables than A1; PDF Manual, no quad core issues

680i SE:

TR - Based on 680i SE chipset; other than that, the same as 680i SLI. PDF Manual; less cables.

There you have it.

Can someone fix the title for me please? I typed in Mobo but it typed that instead.

This message was modified by the poster at 05 25, 2007 07:42 PM

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Lurr Of Omicron Persei 8 May 26, 2007 04:49 PM Reply | Bookmark
Like (2) | Top | Bottom

I am bumping this gem...this really needs to be stickied and the title FIXED.

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