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Old 03-31-09, 09:34 PM   #1
ChrisRay
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Default New Forms of SLIAA draw near.

*Note* This is a Carbon Copy of my SLIZONE post. But I am really excited about what I have seen in this area of driver development.


Since the introduction of Windows Vista I have been petitioning and on Nvidia's case about SLIAA. The old 185x.xx driver simply offered a preview that Nvidia was doing with SLIAA. In the very near future. We're going to see an official driver with SLIAA support that has improved beyond what we already saw with the 185.xx driver. Alot of the modes have changed "Completely" and look alot better than they did in the leaked driver. Improvements have been made to SLI 32x. SLI 64x, SLI 64xQ and SLI 64x. As well as the Dual GPU modes, SLI 32xQ and SLI 32x.


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