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NVIDIA Linux SLI tested

Posted on Tuesday, December 06 2005 @ 09:16:01 CET by


Thanks to the public release of the 1.0-8174 drivers earlier today, so far we have previously covered the hardware and software aspects of Linux SLI as well as an in-depth examination of the Rel80 driver performance under Linux using a GeForce 7800GTX and our standard set of gaming benchmarks. At hand now, however, is what many of you have been dieing to hear and that is the NVIDIA SLI results under Linux using the official 1.0-8174 drivers. Although there are a few buggy areas with the drivers, the SLI benefits reached as high as a 294% improvement over a single-card configuration! Read on over here.



 



 

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