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Friday, 13 April 2007 15:05

Nvidia 8600 GTS SLI benchmarked

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Two are better than one

 

We already saw the first results of Nvidia's king of mid-range 8600 GTS, but now we can double the fun with the first SLI scores.  


Our friends at OCWorkBench plugged two 8600 GTS in SLI and run 3DMark 2003 and scored 30907 points,  not bad at all, but we would like to see how well does they work in games.

 
You can head out to OCWorkBench and check it out first hand. 

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