Originally Posted by RejZoR
No, it's not spot on at all. Each company is driving their own philosophy.
NVIDIA is constantly building the most massive GPU you can imagine while AMD is following the "many smaller GPU's on same PCB". This brings some probems with profiles, but it's just cheaper to build to get nearly the same result. So why bothering with one massive troublesome GPU if you can make two smaller ones, stick them together on one PCB and voila.
And that's how it is. I'm sure they are aware about when one or another design makes sense.
Sort of... ATI definitely won the DX11 Intro game. The dual GPU will be two GF104's for 768SP no idea when they might be releasing something like that though.
GF100 most likely will not make to a single PCB due to massive heat issues.