quote: More of an issue is the lack of SLI functionality. Dell currently allows you to spec this system with dual 7900 GTX cards, using the nForce 590 chipset, although it only sent us a system with one board in. We tried to do things manually - by installing a second 7900 GTX and a bridge connector - but found that the NVIDIA driver wouldn't pick up the presence of the second card. Despite the second graphics slot on the motherboard, it appears that SLI is a no-go in this system, at least until Dell hits us with a BIOS update and NVIDIA releases a suitable driver. Given that it offers the option on its page, do the guys at Dell know something that we don't?
quote: According to Microsoft's OEM Licensing though, you would be required to purchase a new license if you replace the motherboard.
quote: However, future development of BTX retail products by Intel was canceled in September 2006
quote: The first company to implement BTX was Gateway Inc, followed by Dell
quote: The motherboard does not support NVIDIA’s Enhanced Performance Profiles, or EPP, memory specification, First Packet or DualNet technologies.