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XFX MB-750I-72P9 NVIDIA nForce 750i SLI Socket 775 ATX Motherboard w/Audio, eSATA, Gigabit LAN & RAID

3.0 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews

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  • PCI Express 2.0
  • Up to 1800 MHz Front Side Bus Speed in Overclocking Mode
  • DDR2 JEDEC Memory Architecture
  • Four SATA drive support with NVIDIA MediaShield storage technology

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Build a gaming powerhouse with this XFX MB-750I-72P9 nForce 750i SLI motherboard! This board packs all the features you need for a monster gaming rig in an ATX form factor and built with the NVIDIA nForce 750i MCP and SPP chipset. It supports Socket 775 Intel Core 2 Extreme, Quad, and Duo processors with up to 1333 MHz FSB speeds and up to 8 GB of DDR2 800 MHz memory. Use this motherboard to build your system to meet your gaming needs. If one video card isn't enough, add another one! This nForce SLI 750i supports up to 2-way SLI, giving you support for more displays and providing increased performance for your high-resolution 3D gaming needs. This motherboard supports up to six hard drives, two IDE drives and four SATA/300 drives, with NVIDIA MediaShield Storage technology and RAID support. Connect to high-speed networks and the Internet with integrated Gigabit Ethernet that has NVIDIA FirstPacket technology. Crisp, clear audio is handled by integrated Azalia 8-channel HD audio. Connect peripherals to the 1394a FireWire ports and USB 2.0 ports. There's even an eSATA port for high-speed external storage!

Product Information

Product Dimensions 12.6 x 10.4 x 3 inches
Item Weight 2 pounds
Shipping Weight 2.5 pounds
Manufacturer XFX
ASIN B001N3OV8K
Item model number MB-750I-72P9
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3.0 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews

3.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #4,351 in Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Motherboards
Date first available at Amazon.com April 2, 2004

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By M. Aguirre on February 5, 2009
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Great board, if ur looking for a single sli solution, this is the way to go, worked right out of the box no bios update needed, i have owned a bunch of XFX video cards in the past and they have never let me down, i have installed lots of intel mobos and this is my first XFX mobo so i just knew i couldnt go wrong with XFX, with 2 PCI-E 16X 2.0 the results are amazing, not an overclocker myself so i cant tell about that, running a Wolfdale E8400, 4Gb of DDR2 Corsair at 800mhz, 2 XFX 9600GT XXX in sli mode, with a Corsair 850watt PSU, gonna get 2 XFX 285 Black Edition soon. Hope this was helpfull.
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I brought one of these boards about 6 months ago and had nothing but trouble with it stright out of the box BSD and very unstable both running SLI and with out ... It took XFX support ( or if thats what you call it ) 4 months to offer an RMA and even then .. i had trouble with that ... do you self a favour get anything but this and you will thank me for it
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Horrible motherboard. Horrible support. MB is very crashy. Do yourself a big favor and don't buy any products from this company. This is not a quality company for motherboards. I had 2 of these 750i boards and wow what a mistake that was!
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This is a GREAT motherboard! I am so impressed.

(AS A SIDE NOTE: THIS BOARD DOES FIT THE PENTIUM 4 SERIES AS LONG AS IT IS SOCKET 775)

Having gone with pretty run-of-the-mill motherboards in the past, perhaps some of my enthusiasm comes from the initial shock any overclocker will feel...but this motherboard really does rock!!!

The overclocking features are MORE THAN ENOUGH for most moderate overclockers. If you happen to have two NVidia video cards then get ready to have some upscaled graphics experiences!

The build is solid - BEWARE this is a big motherboard. It will take up all the extra vertical space in you ATX tower. I personally see this as a good thing!

The features on it are everything you will need! I have two SATA harddrives (with space for two more), 4GB of DDR2 RAM, enough space for a LARGE Zalman cooler, a 1GB Geforce 9800 and front Firewire/card-reader/USB...with room for lots more.

This is a great motherboard and although it is a little pricey, I am so impressed that I am not bothered by the extra 10 bucks that it cost as supposed to other boards of this calibre.

No complaints, plenty to rave about.
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Their shipped-with BIOS is very poor, and it's a known issue. Updating the BIOS is job one, but in order to get access to it, you have to fill out a form and open an "account" with them. After doing so, they force a "validation" process on you, the end of which results in the website confirming validation, and then summarily refusing to allow you to download the file, asking you, again, for "validation". Forcing an account sign-up to get access to a BIOS that actually works? Still refusing to deliver the BIOS after the customer jump through their ridiculous hoops? FAIL. FAIL. FAIL.

I'll never buy from this horrible company again.
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This board looks nice; that's about it. It barely worked for me. Had a lot of freezing and blue-screens. Horrible for overclocking. Board died a few days ago. I now run a G31 chipset. AVOID XFX!
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If your board works fine than you have nothing to complain, but if your board ever become defective in the warranty period prepare for one of the worst technical support experience. Once you start a support ticket the technicican would ask you to do all type of ridiculous test and not give you rma number they run you in circle even though you know for sure its the board. They also sent another defective board as replacement then run you in circle again before they issue rma number for that.
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By speedy1 on January 1, 2010
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My original MOBO fried after 3 years of hard use, which was the 650i SLI. OS is Vista which picked up the "major" hardware changed without any problems = DID NOT have to re-format hard drive! Only reason I gave a 4* is less headers (pins) on MOBO for additional USB / Firewire. My case came with USB / Firewire in front and I added a card reader w/ USB / Fire wire ports. The 650i handled all of this. MOBO still has many USB / Firewire in back, so far no issue. And and has only 2 PCI express headers for video cards, the 650i has 3. (Most serious gamers will only use 2 video cards and keep updated anyway). Also, the SATA ports are sort of inconvenient. Still has 4 but instead of straight up so you can see direct into port they are horizontal. No biggie, if you have a large style case. Sweet part about this MOBO is it will accept Quad Core, Dual Core, CPU's with Intel 775 socket.
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