Originally Posted by BLADEY
HAHA i love it how each company copies each other its so silly
1. 3870X2 - 9800GX2
2. Fusion - Nehalm
3. SLI - CrossFire
4. CrossfireX - Quad SLI - Tri SLI
5. AMD memory Controllar - Nehalm
6. Big Operation per cycle ( AMD 64) - Core 2 duo
This post is silly.
Nvidia had the 7900GX2 out way before the 3870X2, yes, Nahelm includes what Fusion will offer, SLI was originally created back in the 1990's and used to connect seperate PCI video cards together (Voodoo's)
Nvidia had quad SLI with the 7900GX2's.
An integrated memory controller is well, only logical. Was only a matter of time betfore Intel integrated it as well.
Operations per cycle.. Just try a high clock-for-clock performing architecture. The Core 2 was based off the Core architecture, which was based off the Pentium Mobile architecture, which that was based off the Pentium-3 Tualatin (sp?). So in a sense, Intel was first