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Geforce 7900 GTX Duo cards emerge

Two chip per card for Quad SLI
Thu Mar 02 2006, 15:58
NVIDIA has one more surprise up its sleeves for CeBIT. You all know that it will really announce its ghost Quad SLI systems. It won't be a Dell feature only; Nvidia will offer this monster to its other customers.

Nvidia plans to introduce 7900 GTX cards with two chips per card. Those cards should fit and work with normal Nforce 4 SLI motherboards. This is Nvidia's well kept secret - at least it was.

Normal Quad SLIs have four different graphic cards, especially designed by Nvidia. This new SLI will let you plug two new cards, each with two GPUs in your Nforce 4 SLI motherboard and it should work.

Those cards will need a lot of power but it will be cool to read a review of such a powerful system. This is definitely going to be a price and performance Bugatti but if you have a million dollar house you can get Quad SLI as well.

We remember that someone called Quad SLI a pig with lipstick and we cannot imagine a the better showy off thing than this. µ


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