Alright. This is basically a multi-gpu discussion.
Whenever i come across a mobo i like, it usually tends to be an enthusiast-grade/gaming board. And almost every time have ridiculous headroom. I'm talking room for 4-way SLI.
I've been told in the past that 4-way SLI is practically useless if you're gaming (anyone care to shed some light on that?), and that it's purely for benchmarking/seeing numbers...
A board i'm in love with is the EVGA Z77 FTW.
I'd get it in a heartbeat. But it lacks built-in WiFi (something that i'll go back to). Which is why i love ASUSs' P8Z77 boards.
I look at those ASUS boards, even the V-Deluxe model, and ask... "why doesn't it have 4-way SLI capability?"
Is there a board out there as amazing looking as the EVGA FTW aesthetically, but is also full-equipped"
Because my OCD prevents me from going with that board... No WiFi = No interest, anymore.
And if someone could explain multi-GPU setups, that'd be great.
But from my understanding, 4-way SLI/Crossfire lowers bandwidth to the point where you won't even be gaining performance in terms of scalability; which is what SLI/Crossfire are for...
What the hell?
You set up 4 680s in SLI, and... IS IT OF ANY USE?