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Old 27th August 2005, 01:30   #1
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Default ECS Scalable Dual Graphics Engine Technology (SDGE)

EDGE will support up to 4 displays, and will allow for a mix of graphics interfaces. You could mix PCI Express 16X and AGP, or AGP and integrated graphics, or PCI Express and integrated graphics. You can also mix various PCI Express speeds like 16X and 4X. We are working on getting more information on this technology and will update as we have it. Below is a slide of an implementation of the technology for Intel.

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