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Tuesday, 11 September 2007 10:54

FireGL 7600 renders four 3D displays

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Multi card support for R600PRO card

As our friends as 3Dprofessor announced FireGL 7600, ATI's new horse for workstation 3Dmarket has the support for two cards simultaneously.


This is something that we waited for quite some time and now the driver is there to let you accelerate four 3D accelerated displays with independent settings for resolution, refresh rate, rotation and colour depth.

You can still forget about two cards rendering a single 3D screen together but this will come in the next revision of drivers.


ATI really made a big come back in FireGL market and it looks that ATI's mainstream card can beat Nvidia's high end in workstation market.


You can read more here.


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