Quad Core Madness

Subject: Graphics Cards | June 5, 2006 - 12:55 PM |
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nVIDIA's 7950 quad core setup has arrived, and everyones got one (except [H]).  Start off with the experts at The Tech Report, as they show you the good and bad about this new release.  It is a powerful card, but it seems nVIDIA doesn't want to sell it directly to home builders?

Don't forget our own review done by Ryan.

"NVIDIA HAS BEEN TALKING publicly about Quad SLI for half a year now, and Quad SLI configs have been

shipping for a few months in a select number of ultra-high-end PCs. Today, at long last, NVIDIA is

unveiling a consumer version of its Quad SLI component card, the GeForce 7950 GX2. A single GX2 plugs

into one PCI Express slot, but it actually has a pair of printed circuit boards, two GPUs, and two

sets of memory chips onboard. By itself, the GeForce 7950 GX2 is an SLI setup on a stick, a dual-GPU

powerhouse that fits into the same space as any other high-end graphics card with a dual-slot cooler.

Slide two of these puppies into a system side by side, and you have the potential for Quad SLI--but

not the reality, apparently, if you're just a lowly DIYer."

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