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If the single graphics card performance of the HD 2900 XT made NVIDIA's 8800 cards look good, then the SLI versus CrossFire comparison puts NVIDIA on cloud 9. NVIDIA has done a great job improving the SLI experience on Windows Vista and has been able to produce some impressive scaling numbers. In Call of Juarez adding a second 8800 GTS 640MB card got us an 86% improved frame rate and in Lost Planet we saw an 81% improvement. Other titles like World in Conflict and Bioshock had smaller performance advantages in SLI but the fact is that there were improvements across the board."
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