The multi-GPU technology from ATI will have a number of fundamental shifts from technologies of this kind, sources close to ATI said late last year. The main thing ATI was working on is how to enable two different graphics cards to work in pair, providing enhancements to gamers who use the technology.More info at X-bit Labs
In early 2005 ATI indicated to its partners that the technology did not require any physical connectors between the cards, but also noted that two identical graphics cards have to be installed. Some sources close to the company also said that ATI’s multi-VPU technology is concentrated on improving image quality on the first place rather than adding substantial performance boost over single-VPU configurations.
ATI to present Multi-VPU technology in May
Posted on Wednesday, April 13 2005 @ 14:43 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Next month during the WinHEC show in Seattle, Washington, ATI will present a technology that allows two or more graphics cards to render a single frame in 3D games in parallel to increase performance and image quality.