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    NVIDIA launches Hybrid SLI

    NVIDIA announced at CES today the industry's first hybrid SLI solution and claims it to be "one of the most important innovations we’ve come up with to date".
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    Re: NVIDIA launches Hybrid SLI

    So basically the same technology that AMD announced a month or so ago!

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    Re: NVIDIA launches Hybrid SLI

    Would be nice if they got SLi working in the first place

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    Re: NVIDIA launches Hybrid SLI

    Sounds to me as if its some thing like the old Voodo add in card, just switching on the 3D on the card when needed

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    Re: NVIDIA launches Hybrid SLI

    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Bravo View Post
    Would be nice if they got SLi working in the first place
    Personally I'd have thought making their drivers less sucky would be even higher priority...

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