NVIDIA announced Hybrid SLI today at the CES 2008.
NVIDIA Hybrid SLI is increasing graphics performance and at the same time reducing power consumption.
NVIDIA Hybrid SLI technology will be incorporated into a wide variety of graphics and motherboard desktop and notebook products that the Company is rolling out for both AMD and Intel desktop and notebook computing platforms throughout 2008.
NVIDIA Hybrid SLI technology is based on the GeForce graphics processor units (GPUs) and SLI multi-GPU technology. Hybrid SLI enables NVIDIA motherboard GPUs (mGPUs) to work cooperatively with NVIDIA discrete GPUs (dGPUs) when paired in the same PC platform.
Hybrid SLI provides two new technologies -- GeForce Boost and HybridPower -- that allow the PC to deliver graphics performance for today's applications and games when 3D graphics horsepower is required, or transition to a lower-powered operating state when not.
For more details on Hybrid SLI technologies, including GeForce Boost and HybridPower, see the NVIDIA site.
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