Core i7 Multi-GPU SLI Crossfire Game performance review
Posted by Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 11/02/2008 02:00 PM [ 0 comment(s) ]
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 280 SLI (2 GPUs - 2 Cards)
Of course with more GPU computing power the performance goes up as well, quite significantly actually. But what happens when we take three cards in 3-way SLI?
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 280 3-way SLI (3 GPUs - 3 Cards)
Yep believe it or not, up to 1600x1200 we are CPU bound with 3-way SLI. 3-way SLI compared to regular GTX 280 SLI doesn't scale well in this game though.
Multi-GPU scaling overview on X58 Core i7 965 system
And again a couple of cards / setups for you to compare with. BTW 9800 GX2 is not well supported at driver level here. Lately I've been running into a lot of 9800 GX2 issues, something NVIDIA needs to focus on. 3-way SLI on the other hand dominates here.
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