The memory modules are supposedly designed to function only with a BIOS and motherboard chipset that can handle them, and OCZ specifically mentions the nForce SLI MCPs as compatible. It's likely they will work in other boards, but obviously they are making it a point to mention that they are designed to work with Nvidia-based boards. You can read more about the modules in the official press release or on the product page.
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