EVGA Releases X58 SLI LE

"EVGA add the X58 SLI LE to their x58 range. The board features an all black design with SLI and Crossfire support."

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EVGA Releases X58 SLI LE
Anyone that is waiting for a more affordable, yet stylish enthusiast x58 motherboard before making the leap to Core i7 need wait no longer. EVGA have released the new X58 LE featuring 4xPCI-E x16/8 slots supporting 2-Way, 3-Way, and 3-Way SLI w/ PhysX. Crossfire X is also fully supported for the ATI fans. The X58 SLI LE has six DDR3 memory slots supporting up to 12GB of 1600MHz memory, a Gigabit ethernet port and 8 channel onboard audio.
The board is already available for purchase in the US for $239.99 and should be on sale in the UK very soon, though hopefully there won't be any supply issues like EVGA Classified fiasco.
Does the X58 SLI LE sway you towards an upgrade, or is the best yet to come? Discuss in our Forums.
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30-05-2009, 17:41:34

Im looking for a driver i can DL to install my Isight cam, Im NOT looking to install Bootcamp or any other MAC software, I just would appreciate a direct link to a driver for The Isight CAM for Win 7 or VIsta , thanks for all those who respond :worship: :o :worship:

30-05-2009, 17:58:22

There are no drivers for iSight in windows however, take a look at this link.


I have seen similar information else where...

30-05-2009, 18:01:59

i found one for XP maconlysource.cm/?p=885

But not Vista or Win 7

30-05-2009, 18:09:47

is this the built in iSight or the external one?

30-05-2009, 18:15:26

Its the External Isight, looks like a 4 inch grey metal tube plugs in Firewire to my PC

30-05-2009, 18:17:56

O I didn't know u needed a driver for firewire stuff.

30-05-2009, 18:22:58

What exactly do you want to use it for? All IM clients should auto detect it in Vista with out drivers and therefore in Win7 aswell.

30-05-2009, 18:26:17

[I] want to use it of course, I own this webcam; I cant get it to work on my PC for video conferencing of course, id like to use it in Skype or MSN messenger or anything really.. I just need this darn driver thats floating around out their somewhere. i heard its on an apple boot camp disk but im not buying this BootCamp for one lousy driver lol..

{thanks for the interest though} i appreciate the response

30-05-2009, 18:32:49

from what I have read when you plug it in is should appear like a firewire camera connected to the PC. Although that is what BootCamp is made for, apple supply drivers for windows.

No problem, that is why communities like this are around!

30-05-2009, 18:41:45

ya i am still not sure what BootCamp is But from what i read its a Resource for win drivers for Mac Products.. so I did the next thing i cud think of and hit up Piratebay for this { BootCamp 2.0 (Leopard) Windows drivers } maybe i can find what im lookin for in this..

I havent Posted 15 things yet so i cant Post URL Links

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