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Old 04-01-08, 12:47 PM   #1
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NVNews has been given the opportunity to interview NVIDIA about their Hybrid Technology. If you have any questions that you would like us to ask, post them in this thread. I will only consider topic related questions for the interview.
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Old 04-01-08, 01:31 PM   #2
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Does this include the hybrid SLI and using the powersaving feature on the 780a chipset?

I'd like to know if they can allow you to use the onboard GPU to push one monitor, and your dedicated SLI setup to push another, so you can have SLI running and still be able to use a second monitor for mundayne tasks.
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Old 04-01-08, 03:26 PM   #3
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will it ever be available for Intel chipset based motherboards?
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Old 04-01-08, 10:05 PM   #4
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How much watts power will it save when switch off a Geforce videocard?

Which cards will support HybridPower?
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NVNews has been given the opportunity to interview NVIDIA about their Hybrid Technology. If you have any questions that you would like us to ask, post them in this thread. I will only consider topic related questions for the interview.
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And on the serious side, will the secondary cards be able to run independent displays even when games are running on the primary?
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Old 04-01-08, 10:21 PM   #6
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Will this technology soon allow for two different GPU's on separate cards, in other words, is this only for an onboard GPU and an independent (on card) GPU?

How well will this scale with GPU advances since the second GPU cannot be upgraded without buying a new motherboard?

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Will it completely shut the dedicated card down (including the fan), or will it simply be placed in a low-power state, with fan running (I'm guessing the latter)?
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Nvidia is sponsoring me in building a rig specifically to highlight Hybrid SLI . . .I think this ties into this . . .they might like to know the guy helping them is from here.

I will stay out of the thread if you want tho . . .
no problems darth, i know youre a good guy. i was just throwin it out there. ask away
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bump. you guys have any more questions?
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Old 04-03-08, 11:09 AM   #10
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I'd like to know if this technology will work with motherboards without integrated graphics, ie, a TriSLI mobo running two cards for SLI and a third card for low power applications.

Also, with the Hybrid motherboards, where does the DVI cable connect. The mobo or the graphics card? If it's the motherboard, how, if at all, does this effect performance when running games that use the PCI-Ex graphics card(s). Does sending the data back through the motherboard slow things down at all?

Will the Hybrid motherboards have a HDMI output and will running HD video still only use the motherboards GPU?

Are there going to be any high-end TriSLI capable Hybrid SLI motherboards for Intel CPU's?

Will Hybrid SLI differ at all between OS's?

Do Hybrid SLI mobo's require any extra power connections? If so, what type?

How much system RAM will it use? (or will there be a small ammount of GDDR RAM on the motherboard for graphics)

Will switching between the mobo GPU and graphics card GPU cause any delay or screen flickering in a game loading?

Will it work with any nVidia graphics cards including older ones?

When using the mobo's GPU, will the graphics cards fan still be required to be running?
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