nForce vs GeForce3

Since I am certainly not an expert in the field, perhaps a "panel" of experts can initiate a discussion of my question.

Question: Since some people who will be buying an nForce-containing motherboard will most likely eventually upgrade their graphics capabilities to a more "capable" graphics chip (like the GeForce3), do our experts here feel that once a GF3 board is installed, it will be possible to use BOTH chips at the same time (such that they "share" the graphical workload)? Is this feasible to implement? Or would nForce have to be completely inactivated?
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  1. Sorry, No. You cant do load balancing like that. It might be possible to run both at the same time for multiple monitors or something.


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