Zotac working on Hybrid SLI motherboard for AMD platform

Posted on Thursday, Mar 27 2008 @ 03:42 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
TG Daily writes Zotac is working on a new nForce 750a based motherboard for the AMD platform that supports Hybrid SLI:
The nForce 750a is the first Nvidia product offering Hybrid SLI, Hybrid Power and GeForce Boost features for the AMD platform. The integrated graphics chip comes out of the GeForce 8/9 family, while Hybrid SLI enables users to increase graphics performance by adding a discrete graphics card. If you're not interested in integrated graphics, the chipset can also run two 9800GX2 cards in Quad-SLI configuration. Tri-SLI is not supported, since there are only two PCIe x16 connectors.

The new chipset is compatible with past, current and future AMD processors.
The motherboard will be available for less than $150.


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