The folks at Custard PC magazine spoke to HP's Gaming CTO, Rahul Sood, who told them: "What’s really cool is that we’re only using the Nforce chipset for Intel, because it’s the best chipset, but we’re also giving the choice of Crossfire or SLI on it."Source: The Inq
Interesting stuff. Voodoo claims that this secret sauce is part of HP's move to be 'component agnostic' - delivering the gaming experience to customers without necessarily caring about the components that do it.
CrossFire works on SLI - HP proves it
Posted on Friday, Sep 07 2007 @ 15:50 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck