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Tuesday, 08 January 2008 19:27

Intel Skulltrail to ship in Q1

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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CES 2008:
No solid date


Intel showcased three machines powered by its Skulltrail platform. The company has demonstrated that it can support SLI and Crossfire and it can support up to four graphic cards on all sides.

It is all up to drivers, but currently Crossfire with two cards or SLI with two cards is up and running. We also learned that if you don’t have much money you can buy this platform with a single CPU and buy the second one later; however, we don't think that many enthusiasts would do that.

Alienware is the first with the System and it looks fast, sexy and hot at the same time. We will tell you more about it later.  This watercooled machine can easily hit 4GHz, if not even higher.

Alienware will announce it within this quarter and this particular machine uses two 8800Ultra cards.

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