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On Wed, Apr 13, 2005 at 12:40:49AM +1000, Dean Hamstead wrote:
> oh 'lanparty' thats the name of the line.
> http://www.dfi.com.tw/Product/xx_product_spec_details_r_us.jsp?PRODUCT_ID=3469&CATEGORY_TYPE=LP&SITE=US
> thats the model im planning on getting
> cool uv aside it has good specs.
> chipset is NVIDIA nForce4 SLI, so i guess im interested on experience
> with that. how well sli goes (probably more nvidias problem)

Well that chipset at least appears to work with the Asus boards, so I
would be surprised if it didn't work (unless the BIOS is broken in some
key way).  As for using SLI, I have no idea if anyone has tried that yet
with Linux.  I don't remember which driver version nvidia added that
stuff too.  Linux currently has 71.74, although it may still not do SLI
on linux if they haven't added support for that.  I am not even sure how
good their support for multiple nvidia cards in one system is yet
(having not tried it myself).  Hopefully someone can fill us in on that.

> audio ill just go look on alsa. ill assume alsa is properly ported

Yes ALSA works great.

Len Sorensen

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