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SLI on ATI Chipset?


kane3162

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I have searched and searched... and i found this:

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?t=98034

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http://www.xbitlabs.com/web/display/20060501132927.html

But that was a 2 years ago...

I haven't been able to find anything else... does anyone have any information on running SLI on an ATI Chipset???

Im stuck with an ATI Chipset and 2 nVidia cards...

It says hacked Drivers... and this is where i got for Modded drivers... so i figure id ask here...

Anyone?

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I don't know much about this myself, but I do remember reading something about how a driver was hacked to allow SLI on an Intel chipset. Maybe this should be moved to the SLI forum?

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selfless bump here...

but honestly... no-one knows anything? damn.. $200 return if no-one responds within the next few days...

and the only sli forum i see is for notebooks... i didnt see a regular one..

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Ati to my knowledge does not call it SLI. They call it Crossfire. However, it works in the same way as Nvidia's SLI. So most of the HD series are able to be run in Crossfire mode.

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theres also the hd 3870x2, which is basically 2 3870s in 1 big card, ati go for scalability e.g. 3870x2 and nvidia go for big boomin chips. e.g. massive gtx 280 which cant fit in loads of cases and costs £470, more than my laptop is worth now :O

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You two are mistaken. What he is asking about is running 2 Nvidia cards in SLI on a system which has an ATI chipset. Which, by the way, is most likely not possible without driver file hacking.

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what ati chipset? you mean intel p450? or something?

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ATI chipset as in an ATI motherboard chipset, not graphics.

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oh yes, like nforce motherboards

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