And this is just one example why I am all about the NVIDIA scene. Look at these bad boys!!
Thanks to the PCI Express (PCIe) interface, combining two graphics cards in an SLI configuration is easily achieved. Just plug two identical GeForce 6 or GeForce 7 cards into the motherboard, and connect them with the SLI bridge connector. The two cards will then split the 3D rendering load between them, which can result in a performance improvement of up to 70 percent in everyday life. Now that PCI Express motherboards are available with PCIe x32 – or, more correctly, two x16 slots – there are also some new and intriguing possibilities. [Read the rest]