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NVIDIA SLI Performance Scaling - GeForce 8800 GT 512MB
Elite Bastard's Hanners makes NVIDIA's SLI technology flex its muscles and show us what it can really do. Will it crack under the strain? Read on to find out!
If 2007 was the year of DirectX 10, then 2008 is looking like it may well be the year of multi-GPU rendering. Sure, using more than one graphics board to accelerate 3D rendering is nothing new by a long stretch, and we've seen a handful of attempts to bring such technology together on a single board from both ATI and NVIDIA in recent years, but this time around there's a feeling amongst many that we'll be seeing a concerted, full-on attempt to make multi-GPU rendering a big part of the future of discrete graphics.
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