Originally Posted by Feyy
Slawter is right...
Your wrong. GX2 cards have two PCB's, meaning its 2 graphics cards.
Two Gx2 cards = QuadSli
You cant get 4 GX2 cards into any mobo anyway, so stop being stupid.
"The GeForce 9800 GX2 will launch in late February or early March as it now stands and will replace the 8800 Ultra (single GPU) card in NVIDIA's high-end product line up. The 9800 GX2 is said to be at least 30% faster than a 8800 Ultra. While it is not clear from the pictures below, we are told it will support "Quad SLI."
Quad sli = 4 cards in one. IF the gx2 supports quad sli then it will be 8 gpu's if using them in quad sli. Am i missing something?
Originally Posted by Xion X2
Oh, the irony. It's spilling in the streets.
Oh, so is it my fault when site like enthusiast.hardocp.com are wrong or not clear enough?
Otherwise they would say, gx2 supports SLI. Not quad SLI because gx2 in SLI would automatically be quad sli.
Btw, super mario sucks...