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http://www.tomshardware.com/2005/12/...uad_gpu_setup/

Was on toms hardware a while back. But the bench's arnt that impressive to be honest. Mostly this was because of the driver support for 4 GPU's.


edit: Obviously, the benches are impressive, but I mean compared to just normal SLI'ed 7800's, its not that much of a gain.
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post #12 of 24
Those arnt the same cards. Those are 2 7800GT's on 1 PCB in SLI. The ones on the dell is 4 7800GTX 512 that is officially supported by Nvidia and is made just for them.
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post #13 of 24
woooow that is some uber pc... i would seriously kill for a rig with 4 7800 gtx's in...
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post #14 of 24
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Originally Posted by Jori
Those arnt the same cards. Those are 2 7800GT's on 1 PCB in SLI. The ones on the dell is 4 7800GTX 512 that is officially supported by Nvidia and is made just for them.

I knew they wern't the same make of cards card, but I didn't read it properly

Still, I just thought people would like to see similar benches. Obviously the Dell*shudders* has been professionaly developed and obviously performs better.
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post #15 of 24
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The computer will be by no means slow, it has a dual core at 4.25, even if it IS Intel that is still faster than heck.

And 6600GT, ok 4 graphics cards.. . But they arnt in SLI or anything.

And Namrac, a FX-60 does not even un "bottleneck" a 6800GT, not even a 6800 likely. Graphic technology moves alot faster than CPU's, but the one fact remains still, the faster the graphics card, the more fps, no matter what CPU basically.
That dell's quad gpu setup uses SLI? Read around they use two SLI bridges also . This is true Quad SLI
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post #16 of 24
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That dell's quad gpu setup uses SLI? Read around they use two SLI bridges also . This is true Quad SLI
Its like 4 PCB's connected and going through a single PCI-E 16x I think as well.
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post #17 of 24
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Originally Posted by corned_beef
http://www.tomshardware.com/2005/12/...uad_gpu_setup/

Was on toms hardware a while back. But the bench's arnt that impressive to be honest. Mostly this was because of the driver support for 4 GPU's.


edit: Obviously, the benches are impressive, but I mean compared to just normal SLI'ed 7800's, its not that much of a gain.
Those are the dual 7800GT's these are 4 full 7800GTX's.....totally different
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post #18 of 24
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Originally Posted by Orange
Those are the dual 7800GT's these are 4 full 7800GTX's.....totally different
4 7800GTX 512s
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post #19 of 24
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4 7800GTX 512s
ahhh damn! thats things awsome, but seriously one is enough hahah....i mean 4 is just bragging rights
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post #20 of 24
Are they out on the market right now? If so how much do they cost per machine?
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