Enter the PN2 SLI2 Extreme

ECS today announced its NVIDIA nForce 680i SLI based enthusiast motherboard—the PN2 SLI2 Extreme. The PN2 SLI2 Extreme appears to be based on NVIDIA’s nForce 680i SLI reference board and resembles EVGA’s nForce 680i SLI motherboard. Nevertheless, the ECS PN2 SLI2 Extreme supports a 1333 MHz front-side bus and DDR2-1200 officially. As with the NVIDIA nForce 680i reference board the ECS PN2 SLI2 Extreme features three PCIe x16 slots—two full-speed and one half-speed.

ECS claims with PCIe x16: “Meeting the sophisticated demands of gamers and enthusiasts, the PN2 SLI2+ Extreme comes with three PCI Express x16 slots—two of which support the multi-GPU SLI technology with true x16 bandwidths to promote convenient display expansion using SLI-certified graphics cards. The extra PCIe x16 slot can accommodate a physics processing card for display realism, a third graphics card for additional displays, or any additional PCIe x16 card. Deployed with the latest GeForce 8800GTX/GTS graphics card, the PN2 SLI2+ Extreme motherboard will deliver the ultimate visual experience with highly-detailed graphics and real-life clarity. With complete I/O connectivity and modern storage interfaces, the PN2 SLI2+ Extreme is truly a “must-have” platform.”

Availability of the ECS PN2 SLI2 Extreme is expected next week. Pricing is unknown at the moment.

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