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|12th March 2006, 15:48||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Quad SLI works on AMD AM2 With 850W PSU
NVIDIA is rather happy about its Quad show off SLI. Four are better than two because two are better than one, except if you are talking about troubles or broken ribs. You need an 850W power supply unit to make it happen and that won't be cheap for your electricity bill. At least it is cool to have four power cables in four graphic cards, which are again internally interconnected. Did we mention that the cards are much bigger than anything we've seen so far?
|12th March 2006, 23:03||#3|
Join Date: Nov 2004
And when u mod your case so all hot air goes down to your feet u will never have to fear winter again!
Nice found nVidia!!
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