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Multi-GPU World Tour part 2

Posted on Friday, July 14 2006 @ 05:04:18 CEST by

Part II of the Multi-GPU World Tour involves the selection of ATI and NVIDIA GPUs for Entry Level ($1000 US / £650 GBP), Enthusiast ($2000 US / £1300 GBP) and Bleeding Edge (unlimited) price brackets. Read on to find out what choices were made, and why.

"Over the course of today's article, we will be covering the video card choices at the three different price points decided by the team and why we will also go into a bit of detail as to why we made those choices. Later this week Bjorn3D will evaluate the performance and features of the various multi-GPU ready motherboards that were chosen for the differing price points."

Read on over at Bit Tech.



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