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how inefficient is the SLI X16 chipset from NVIDIA ? - how inefficient is the SLI X16 chipset from NVIDIA ?
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“In addition to just 3DMark06 testing, we also ran an identical set of benchmarks with the same settings but added in quite a bit of stress on the south bridge. In order to try and stress the bandwidth between the north and south bridge chips I wanted to put the peripherals that go through this connection working as well. The on-board NVIDIA Gigabit Ethernet was maxed out using our standard NTTTCP benchmark, our second attached SATA drive was being benchmarked with a full test with HDTach and our external USB/Firewire drive was being slammed with another instance of HDTach. This should effectively max out the feature set on the NVIDIA chipset and also provide a worst-case scenario.”
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