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NVIDIA's reference design nForce 590 SLI motherboard  - NVIDIA's reference design nForce 590 SLI motherboard
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"However, there are some layout changes that we would have made before bringing NVIDIA's reference design to market. We would have expected the area around the CPU socket to be more spacious and we also highlighted some improvements for an otherwise impressive BIOS. These changes would make Foxconn's C51XEM2AA motherboard appeal to a wider range of enthusiasts. If you can live with the highlighted weaknesses (or they will not affect you), we are certain that this board will serve you well."
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