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ASRocks Hacks Bios on nForce 740i SLI Mobo, Makes it ATI Crossfire Compatible
Have you heard about running ATI™ CrossFire graphics cards on NVIDIA® SLI motherboard? Never! But believe it or not, ASRock made it! With BIOS updates, now you could run either your SLI graphics cards or ATI™ CrossFireX™ graphics cards on your NIVIDA® SLI motherboard!
To show you this amazing invention, ASRock had prepared one NIVIDA® chipset based motherboard - ASRock N7AD-SLI, which is based on NVIDIA® nForce 740i SLI chipset. Please come to the ASRock booth at Hall 21 Stand C40, we’ll let you witness the miracle with your own eyes. ASRock N7AD-SLI, will be demonstrated with 2 x EN9600GT cards for running SLI Technology, and we’ll replace the graphics cards with 2 x ATI™ 4850 graphics cards for running ATI™ CrossFireX™. To see is to believe, so do not forget to experience the new wonder of ASRock located at Hall 21, Stand C40. Trust us, you will find out even more pleasure.
src: ASrock PR (attached pdf)
Last edited by jmke : 19th March 2009 at 15:56.
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