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Cebit 2005 - Day 4

Discussion in 'Reviews' started by W1zzard, Mar 17, 2005.

  1. W1zzard

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    the X800XL im waiting on is looking better and better.... and i have an SLI board, wooo.

    the only flaw with ATI's plan here, is motherboards dont have enough 16X slots for multiple cards!
     
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    ATI needs a Nforce competitor
     
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    How come 24*1.5 comes out to 32 on this website but it comes out to 36 in the rest of the world?
     
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    haha nice one .. actually it's 1.3333 then :)
     
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    ati vs nvidia

    Ati sli more powerfull than nvidia sli ??? LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL XDDD
     
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    Two questions for those who know more than I about ATI's "SLI-like" technology:

    1. Will I be able to use my ATI X800 XL as a parent card or at least a slave card?

    2. Will my ASUS A8N-SLI Deluxe mobo be able to run ATI's SLI-like technology, or isd the nForce4 technology only pertain to the NVIDIA style?
     
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    Answer to post #7...

    1. Yes

    2. No, because your ASUS A8N-SLI is based on a Nvidia chipset and only supports Nvidia's SLI... To use ATI's new SLI (AMR) you will need to buy a motherboard with the new ATI chipset that supports AMR, which is coming out soon...
     
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    Do ATI chipsets have much in the way of overclocking?
     
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