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Old 10th May 2005, 06:27   #1
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Default Further Details Revealed about ATIís Multi-VPU Technology

The source further revealed that ATIís Multi-VPU technology would be superior to NVIDIAís SLI, as it will not be limited to two of the same graphics adapters from the same manufacturer to ensure compatibility. ATIís Multi-VPU technology will not be limited to this criterion, so you can have a card from Sapphire and another one from Powercolor and both will function perfectly fine in a Multi-VPU setup.

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