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Thursday, 20 December 2007 13:50

Hybrid SLI will bring multi display to SLI

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Two monitors + SLI possible


After years of trying, Nvidia will finally bring dual display support that will work with SLI enabled. Unfortunately, it looks that it will work with Chipset + graphics, which is not what people with two 8800 Ultra cards had hoped for, but at least it’s progress.

Nvidia’s Hybrid SLI performance mode will mean that your chipset gets boosted by an external GPU in performance and that it probably shows another name in the driver so your PC will tell you have better graphics than you had before.

If you are not into performance and you care about the environment as much as Eliot and Al Gore, then you can enable power mode that will shut off the power from the discrete graphics, and of course it will mean less power consumption.

Sounds interesting, doesn’t it?

Last modified on Friday, 21 December 2007 02:10
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