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Posts Tagged ‘3-way sli’


GTX 480 n-way SLI Everywhere: for Big Scores at Supersonic Sled and for eXtreme Overclocking

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by JeGX - 2010/04/30 at 11:32

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PhysX: How Performance Scales From a Single Card to 3-Way SLI

1 comment - What do you think?  Posted by JeGX - 2008/12/23 at 12:48

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Cryostasis PhysX Benchmark 3-Way SLI


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Quad SLI vs 3-Way SLI

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by JeGX - 2008/06/13 at 09:25

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Tom’s Hardware recently received a monster gaming rig from Falcon Northwest: a Mach V Quad SLI system that came with two Nvidia 9800 GX2 cards. With such a rig, they were eager to see how a Quad SLI system performed compared to a 3-way SLI scheme.

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A single 9800 GX2 on its own is a formidable graphics card, but users should be warned that investing in another card won’t blow the doors off a system. In fact, we may characterize Quad SLI with two 9800 GX2s as a comparable and cheaper alternative to an expensive 3-way SLI configuration – one that will save you both some space inside your system and some money in your wallet. Quad SLI with 9800 GX2s is still in its infancy, so we expect that Nvidia will deliver improvements to this configuration as time goes on. But if it’s vastly superior performance gamers are looking for, then they’re advised to wait for the forthcoming release of Nvidia’s GTX 280 model.

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