EVGA is know throughout the industry as a big player in the VGA game, and now they take a crack at the motherboard market as well, further continuing their strategic partnership with NVIDIA. Based on the standard version of the nForce 4 chipset the board looks to be a mid level solution with not many extra bells and whistles.
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They speak about a pencil trick but I am not sure where to do this?? I see all kinds of Ultra to SLI "how to's" but I would love to convert my NF43 to get the extra boost? Any help would be appreciated.