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AOpen i975Xa-YDG Is SLI Capable Too

It seems like the AOpen i975Xa-YDG is ready for SLI too where

OC.com.tw
has done some interesting testing on this board using 2 x 7800
GTX cards in SLI mode. Of course, NVIDIA has not officially support SLI on Intel
based chipsets therefore the Forceware drivers they are using are self modified
and the latest version is 78.01. With Yonah clocked at 2.76GHz, the 3DMark05
score is around 11.5K but of course the score isn’t too impressive now due to
the lack of SLI connector between the cards to perform fast inter-GPU
communication. It will be interesting to see how much improvement if a SLI
connector is used.

It seems like the AOpen i975Xa-YDG is ready for SLI too where

OC.com.tw
has done some interesting testing on this board using 2 x 7800
GTX cards in SLI mode. Of course, NVIDIA has not officially support SLI on Intel
based chipsets therefore the Forceware drivers they are using are self modified
and the latest version is 78.01. With Yonah clocked at 2.76GHz, the 3DMark05
score is around 11.5K but of course the score isn’t too impressive now due to
the lack of SLI connector between the cards to perform fast inter-GPU
communication. It will be interesting to see how much improvement if a SLI
connector is used.

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