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    News - Lucid UNITY brings HydraLogix and GPUs together

    Graphics cards with integrated chip to make multi-GPU setups more accessible.
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    Re: News - Lucid UNITY brings HydraLogix and GPUs together

    We've already seen this, haven't we? IIRC Powercolor have done such a Radeon 5770 (was previewed at CES, maybe?). That would definitely be interesting - maybe I could then just add some midrange 5770/GTS 450?/Radeon 6000 series card and enjoy smooth framerates in any game. Would be a life saver for people like me who need just that bit more VGA muscle, but aren't willing to shell out a lot for a whole new poweful VGA.

    Certainly looking forward to it.

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    Re: News - Lucid UNITY brings HydraLogix and GPUs together

    Quote Originally Posted by Queelis View Post
    IIRC Powercolor have done such a Radeon 5770 (was previewed at CES, maybe?).
    You do remember correctly. Lucid just announced that they've made an official design to be used with any GPU, though, so we should see it popping up a bit more often. I'm not sure if the 5770 was an early model based on this design or built in house.

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    Re: News - Lucid UNITY brings HydraLogix and GPUs together

    Can anyone link me to some up to date Lucid benchmarks? When first released Lucid was the biggest failure I think I've yet seen in the PC industry. A fair few people have mentioned that it's supposedly improved but always refuse to provide any data. Google doesn't really come up with much :S

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