Both major graphics chip vendors are taking the covers off of new technologies that let you use multiple graphics chips.
Advanced Micro Devices showed CNET Reviews its ATI Hybrid Crossfire design the other day, and various previews of Nvidia's new 3-way SLI popped up around the Web as well. The two takes on multichip graphics processing couldn't be more different from each other, and each reflects where their respective vendor seems to be throwing much of its energy lately.
Being populists, we're most excited by Hybrid Crossfire design. When supporting motherboards and systems come out next year, … Read more