Hey Im wondering, will i need two pci-e slots to run 2 vid cards in an SLI setup, if so, will the nforce 4 have 2 pci-e slots? And if it only has one slot, whats the point of waiting for pci-e if i can't run two cards in sli
Quote:will i need two pci-e slots to run 2 vid cards in an SLI setup
Yes.Quote:will the nforce 4 have 2 pci-e slots?
There will be four variations: crap, enthusiast, SLI, Pro (SMP, possible SLI). So yes...but for a premium.Quote:And if it only has one slot, whats the point of waiting for pci-e if i can't run two cards in sli
PCI-E will be used for more than just graphics. In addition, it's full duplex, which has proven somewhat-to-very useful for nVidia's video processor. PCI-E will also be the first format that ATi and nVidia will release their future cards. So if you want the best first, PCI-E is necessary. PCI-E can also supply a lot more power (especially in the upcoming 150W Pro version), which gets rid of the need for an extra power connector on some cards.
PCI-E isn't just AGP that has twice the bandwidth...(well, it *theoretically* has quadruple, but w/e)
Maxtor disgraces the six letters that make Matrox.
Jeeze, we just got Nforce3...
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