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have you guys seens this?
http://www.anandtech.com/show/4254/t...caling-part1/1

pretty cool stuff, reading it since Im ripping mountains of Software onto the company server.
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Yep, a couple of review sites have been doing this lately. Can't wait for some of them to do more Surround Vision/Eyefinity tests using Tri-card setups.
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It is really Cool how indept they go, and talking about SLI/Xfire with the new SB chips. Im going to read more, Deciding wether to go xfire 6970s or 6990 still.

Damn thats a crazy resolution!
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Moving on, it’s interesting to note that while we had a tie at 2560 with Enthusiast settings for the average framerate, the same cannot be said of the minimums. At 2560, no matter the quality, AMD has a distinct edge in the minimum framerate. This is particularly pronounced at 2560E, where moving from two to three GPUs causes a drop in the framerate on the GTX 580. This is probably a result of the differences in the cards’ memory capacity – additional GPUs require additional memory, and it seems the GTX 580 and its 1.5GB has reached its limit. We never seriously imagined we’d find a notable difference between 1.5GB and 2GB at this point in time, but here we are.
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