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Friday, 09 November 2007 11:53

RD790 flies with eight displays

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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In flight simulator, YouTubed


AMD's soon to be launched and already available AMD 790FX chipset has up to four PCIe slots and AMD somehow managed to make the entire eight display setup work in Microsoft's flight simulator.

To tell you the truth, it looks impressive to have eight 3D screens and we suspect that four RV670 cards were involved in this process.

It is all on video here.
 

 

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