...cheap and cool. now, if they can just get linux graphics drivers on any distro other than Suse or Redhat, they can have the cash for my next machine.
AMD’s 700-series chipsets covers all the motherboard options that a gamer could require for the quad-core Phenom processor. There’s the 790FX with support for CrossFireX to handle three or four graphics cards, the 790X that does CrossFire with two cards, and the 770 that combines Phenom with a single PCI Express (PCIe) 2.0 slot …
I think that's the angle nVidia are taking with their incarnation of Hybrid Crossfire, imaginatively named Hybrid SLI. Specifically the bit called HybridPower.
That and the Vista-only requirement make me think it is simply a feature of DX10.1 that both houses are trying to market as original.
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