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Nvidia should tell Intel to ask ATI for crossfire Licensing.
post #22 of 85
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Originally Posted by reberto View Post
So in other words, if Nvidia refuses to let Intel have SLI on Intel chipsets, then Intel will not allow for Nvidia chipset motherboard for the Nehalem processors? *sigh* Intel needs to take a page out of AMD's book. Shut up and let them make their boards, you make money either way. If pure balls-to-the-wall speed is what people want, they will go Intel, if they want SLI, they go Nvidia.
It is not a license Nvidia is after, it is the documentation on how to make the chipset.

I don't know why everyone gets upset with Intel for what they are doing. Is it any different from what Nvidia does with its SLI license?
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post #23 of 85
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Originally Posted by john55576 View Post
Nvidia should tell Intel to ask ATI for crossfire Licensing.
If I'm not mistaken, intel boards can already crossfire
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post #24 of 85
What would be really interesting is if AMD/ATI follow suit and not license their CPU's to run on Nvidia chipsets as well. Then Nvidia would REALLY be in a world of hurt.
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If I'm not mistaken, intel boards can already crossfire
If I'm not mistaken, you are not mistaken.
post #26 of 85
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Originally Posted by pauldovi View Post
It is not a license Nvidia is after, it is the documentation on how to make the chipset.

I don't know why everyone gets upset with Intel for what they are doing. Is it any different from what Nvidia does with its SLI license?
I know that, Intel is after the license for SLI, I read the article lol. And no, its no different from what Nvidia is doing with the SLI license, because Nvidia owns it not Intel!
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post #27 of 85
can lntel make it so nvdia cards can't run on it's motherboards only Ati's ?
    
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post #28 of 85
Lol as suggested AMD/ATI can play it smart and boycott Nvidia chipsets too. If no Mobo supports SLI, nvidia will have a huge problem and HAVE to give out their SLI licence...

I'm sure AMD would LOVE to have the SLI licence in their hands Controlling what Nvidia cards can be used.
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post #29 of 85
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can lntel make it so nvdia cards can't run on it's motherboards only Ati's ?
If they did that there would be a lot of angry people out there.
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Lol Go nVidia... They could always make sli for the latest and greatest AMD procs ^_^
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