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Computex 2005: VIA get SLI working, certifying with NVIDIA

by Ryszard Sommefeldt on 1 June 2005, 00:00

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VIA get SLI working, certifying with NVIDIA

VIA get SLI working, certifying with NVIDIA

VIA Technologies confirmed to us today that they have NVIDIA's SLI up and running on their own core logic, and that they've submitted the beast to NVIDIA for full SLI certification, in anticipation of a public driver download that'll let it work. NVIDIA currently lock out anything but their own SLI core logic for AMD and Intel processors and Intel's Tumwater, despite other PCI Express platforms existing that have no theoretical trouble running SLI.

VIA have chosen their AMD K8T890 Pro core logic to first bring up SLI, which makes perfect sense from a gamer's perspective, AMD's processors having the general run on anything that Intel have at the moment in that regard. I'll grab some shots of K8T890 Pro SLI today, if possible.

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