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NVIDIA nForce 200 SLI processor with INTEL X58 - NVIDIA nForce 200 SLI processor with INTEL X58
Tue, August 05 2008 | 10:32PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Strange enough, we all know that SLI can be hacked in the past. It was enabled on ULi chipsets. It was also running on Intel platforms with the need of a seperate chip. Is NVIDIA trying to make a quick buck by supply a so call NVIDIA nForce 200 SLI processor which itself does nothing but just some a signature such that the driver detects the existence of a NV signature and therefore enabling SLI? Why didn't NVIDIA announce their own chipset but pairing it up with Intel X58? Are they as previously mentioned, exiting from making competing Intel desktop chipset or is it because they want to concentrate on the GPU ? Anyway, it is still good news for Intel as it will be the only platform to support both ATi CrossFire and nVIDIA SLI.
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