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Monday, 12 November 2007 09:04

Triple SLI delayed to 2008

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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780i board, as well


We learned that Triple SLI might be delayed all the way into 2008 and this includes the 780i motherboards.

The software is to blame, as we know that the hardware is already out, but obviously Nvidia couldn't get rid of some ghosts and glitches and it decided to delay the product.

We will follow up with more details when we get them, but currently Nvidia’s primary focus is to get as many G92s out as it possibly can. There is still a chance that people such as Alienware and Voodoo PC might showcase it this year, but the retail products, mainly the motherboards with the right drivers won't make it this year.

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