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Test Setup

Gigabyte's 3D1: Are Two Engines Better Than One?
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Test System
CPU AMD Athlon64 4000+
FSB 200 MHz
Motherboard Gigabyte GA-K8NXP-SLI(nForce 4 SLI)
Memory 2x Corsair CMX-512-3200C2, 1024 MB
HDD Seagate Barracuda 7200.7 120 GB S-ATA (8 MB)
DVD Hitachi GD-7000
LAN Netgear FA-312
Power Supply Antec True Control 550W (ATX 1.0)
Drivers & Configuration
Graphics NVIDIA v71.20
Chipset Intel Inf. Update
OS Windows XP Prof. SP1a
DirectX DirectX 9.0c
Benchmarks
3DMark 2003 Default Benchmark, 1024x768 & 1600x1200 (AA and AF by App)
3DMark 2005 Default Benchmark, (AA and AF by App)
Unreal Tournament 2004 Custom Timedemo
Max Details/Quality
Map : Assault-FallenCity
(AA and AF forced by Driver)
Doom3 Demo : Demo1
High Quality
Farcry v1.3 Custom Timedemo cooler01
Very High Quality
Flashlight : On

Benchmarks

3D Mark 2003

3D Mark 2003

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    fb39ca4 , July 19, 2012 9:52 PM
    Wow this stuff is ancient.
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    Shankovich , March 2, 2013 4:47 AM
    So funny to look back now and see how abstract the concept of dual GPU design was back then. Happy to see my favorite mobo company be one of the pioneers