Re: Bulldozer and SLI?
If they don't, there are already AM3 boards utilising Lucid Hydra. They seem to be lower end boards, but if NV don't bring out any new AMD chipsets, I'm sure the technology will be used for a SLI capable high end AMD platform - especially if Bulldozer performs well.
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