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Can SLI in a Notebook Beat Desktop Graphics?

Black & White 2

Here again we see that the mobile power is able to compete with the best single card solutions on a fast system. The mobile system again limits the frame rates but overall the gaming experience is enjoyable above an average of 30 frames per second.

F.E.A.R

In F.E.A.R. we once again see the limitations of the CPU as the scores for image quality with and without enhancements are very similar while the changes in performance at each resolution for the other desktop cards is more drastic. Once again the Battalion offers solid performance at the display's maximum resolution and image quality settings.

Oblivion

The Oblivion torture test shows even extreme demands for image quality can be satisfied with the SLI solution provided. Granted, some of the settings will have to be tuned down from maximum to an acceptable level but the power to render is there.