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|3rd January 2006, 01:55||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
"Its fair to say that neither ATI or Nvidia got their dual card solutions spot on first time around. While they had great performance and a high level of stability there were various niggles like limited resolutions or card compatibility restrictions which affected the two approaches to dual card rendering. With a recent driver update Nvidia went a long way to solving many of the limitations affecting SLI systems and on the hardware side of things also released a chipset capable of two 16xPCIe graphics slots. This meant that in specific areas ATI were really lacking in features when compared to the competition, especially with only the X8 series Crossfire available to buy.
Now with the launch of Crossfire for the X1800 series ATI effectively have a second generation of Crossfire coming to market which allows them to even the playing field again. So will things be more successful for ATI this time round?"
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