Nvidia SLI GPU-teaming With GeForce 6600 GTs Review

Posted: Jan 18 2005, 1:05am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:23pm CDT, in News | Technology News

 
Nvidia SLI GPU-teaming with GeForce 6600 GTs Review
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The Techreport takes a look at SLI GPU-teaming with low-cost cards.

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"THE BIGGEST PROMISE of NVIDIA's new SLI GPU-teaming capability may be the ability to upgrade on an installment plan. By building an SLI-capable system with a single graphics card now, users give themselves the option of adding a second card later for nearly two times the rendering power. For most of us, the most realistic and affordable means of building such a system is NVIDIA's GeForce 6600 GT GPU. At around $200, the 6600 GT seems ideal for SLI.

But does a multi-GPU solution with $200 cards make sense in the age of killer $400 cards and eBay? Tough question. In order to answer it, we've tested a pair of Asus's sweet GeForce 6600 GT cards in SLI, and we've compared them to thirteen different competitors, ranging from a single GeForce 6600 GT to ATI's impressive new Radeon X800 XL. Keep reading to see what we found. "
Read the full review.




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