Bjorn3D will be next up with their piece, they'll be covering the motherboard side of things. We should see it surface within the next couple of days.
Earlier this year, a group of websites from around the world decided to join forces and work together on a single article covering the state of multi-GPU, and how competing graphics solutions perform in a massive number of games. We think that it is fair to say that there are very few publications out there capable of covering the scope of the series of articles that we - as a group - have undertaken.
While we were out at this year's Game Developer Conference, the sites were approached by NVIDIA's Brian Burke with the idea to create a definitive guide to multi-GPU - the systems, platforms, cards, and game results from more than 60 games. When we returned to the UK, we spent a large amount of time discussing the scope of the article before we were happy for bit-tech to be a part of the project. The last thing that I wanted was for bit-tech to be involved in something controlled by one of the major players in the industry we were writing about.
Last updated: Apr 6, 2020 at 09:02 pm CDT
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