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Old 25th January 2008, 09:17   #1
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Default Crysis v1.1 NVIDIA 3-Way SLI Performance Update

At the time of NVIDIA's 3-Way SLI launch, we were unable to bring you proper Crysis benchmark numbers that we felt comfortable with. This was partly an NVIDIA driver issue and party because we were waiting on a patch from Crytek that would allow for more efficient SLI scaling. With the release of the Cyrsis v1.1 patch, however, we now have a stable, scalable platform with which to test on. And as you'll see in the benchmark numbers, Crysis is still an extremely taxing game.


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