Part three of the Multi-GPU World Tour has just been posted up, this piece done by Bjorn3D which covers the motherboard side of things in relation to a multi-GPU based setup.
The next part of this article series will be released in a few days by HardInfo where they test the systems with the most common games.
Earlier this year Bjorn3d and a bunch of other websites were approached by NVIDIA regarding the possibility to cooperate on a big article testing the best Multi-GPU systems from both NVIDIA and ATI. As it was NVIDIA asking us about this it was natural that we were a bit hesitant at first even though the whole idea sounded exciting and something we would love to do. However, after NVIDIA assured us that the controll over the content in the articles were entirely up to us we decided to join.
Last updated: Dec 4, 2019 at 01:47 pm CST
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