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|1st March 2007, 00:27||#1|
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AMD May Allow Third-Party Chipsets to Support CrossFire
Advanced Micro Devices’ graphics product group ATI may allow all third-party chipsets to support the CrossFire multi-GPU technology, according to a report from an Asian web-site. While this may push sales of graphics cards with support for the multi-GPU capability, this would blur the CrossFire trademark as the brand-name for multi-GPU platform by ATI/AMD.
|1st March 2007, 07:46||#2|
"AMD did not comment on this story" = True story.
I think this would be a good play for ATI/AMD to make, it has really been an issue for those users wishing Crossfire support with Intel hardware. And it'd just be funny to see the "Crossfire Ready" logo on some nVidia based motherboards...
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