The crew from NVNews have continued the Multi-GPU World Tour with a stack of benchies using uncommon gaming titles across low-end, mid-range, and high-end multi-GPU systems .
Both Rage3D and Legit Reviews have been assigned a similar task (using other various uncommon titles) and will each have their results up before the week's out, followed by the big "Definitive Multi-GPU World Tour" wrap-up at Guru3D next week.
Welcome to one of the three uncommon benchmark reports from the Multi-GPU World Tour 2006. Our assignment for this project was to evaluate gameplay performance on six different systems that were assembled from scratch. It was a daunting task and we appreciate the support of the manufacturer's who contributed to our cause.
The following web sites were part of this massive effort and are to be commended for their hard work.
Introduction - PenstarSys
Graphics Processing Units - bit-tech
Motherboards and Platforms - Bjorn3D
Common Benchmarks - HARDiNFO
XFire Most Played Benchmarks - Neoseeker
Uncommon Benchmarks Part 1 - nV News
Uncommon Benchmarks Part 2 - Rage 3D
Uncommon Benchmarks Part 3 - Legit Reviews
Conclusion - Guru3D
Last updated: Dec 4, 2019 at 01:47 pm CST
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