|07-21-07, 02:06 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jan 2005
SLI on Ubuntu worth it?
Ok so I'm not semi pro with Linux or anything.. just an average user that googles most everything when I want to install something new or fix something.
I've been using Ubuntu for years and love it. I've never bothered with SLI because the driver didn't support it when I was big into messing with it.
With the newer versions of Cedega for games and such is it going to be worth moving away from the "Vista 32" nvlddmkm crashes and using my dual boot of Ubuntu for SLI gaming?
Is it a headache to get going? I'm just looking for a heads-up before I get started.
Asus A8N-SLI Premium
AMD X2 4400+ 2.2ghz Taledo
250GB WD SATA II HD
BFG Geforce 6800GT OC (SLI)
Thanks for helping.
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