NVIDIA announced today that it will be bringing its SLI technology to the coming Bloomfield CPUs from Intel. Platforms running the Bloomfield CPUs will be able to utilize one, two or three of NVIDIA’s GPUs all the way up to the GTX 280 and GTX 260 cards.
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The new mainboards for the processor will feature the nForce 200 SLI processor, Bloomfield CPUs and Tylersburg X58 chipsets. This is good news for fans of Intel mainboards; typically Intel boards support ATI’s Crossfire over NVIDIA SLI.
“With GeForce-based visual computing application, our customers are experiencing exciting new ways to interact with their photos and videos while also experiencing the bone-chilling realism from our latest graphics processors,” said Jeff Fisher, senior vice president of GPU business at NVIDIA. “Our SLI technology allows us to combine the power of hundreds of GeForce processing cores in multi-GPU configurations with Intel’s latest CPUs for platforms that are sure to excite our customers.”
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