Quad SLI, the easy way
Subject: Graphics Cards | July 17, 2006 - 03:39 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
MVKTECH looks at the nVIDIA GeForce 7950 GX2 1GB Quad SLI. Take two slightly shrunk 7900's, mate the PCBs like conjoined twins, with only one having the PCI Express connector to the motherboard, and sit back and benchmark.
"While the appearance of video cards powered with the Quad SLI technology has been old news for a
while with Dell's XPS 600 Renegade along with other various products from manufacturers that have
exclusive access to the technology, consumers can now rejoice as well. The GeForce 7950 GX2 is the
official name of NVIDIA's retail version of the GeForce 7900 GX2; the dual-GPU card that has been used
by PC builders to create Quad SLI configurations for more then a month now. The GeForce 7900 GX2 has
been exclusively available to only certain manufacturers and requires highly customized machines to
operate the Quad SLI technology."
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- HIS CrossFire Radeon
X1600Pro Turbo 128MB Dual DVI Video Cards @ Bona Fide Reviews
- Gainward Bliss 7900GT Golden Sample 512Mb @ CPU3D
- ATI RV560 and 570
Crossfire plans @ HEXUS
7800GS AGP Black Screen Issues @ NGOHQ
- MSI Geforce 7900 GT,
Powercolor X1900GT and Connect3D X1900GT @ Driver Heaven
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