ATI wants to force Nvidia into SLI open

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  1. grecco_julio

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    Ok.

    The headline says "ATI wants to force Nvidia into SLI open" but the body actually says "ATI will force Nvidia into SLI open". There's a difference between mere causation and intent.
     
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    it means an ATi card + an NViDiA card??? 8o
     
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    Yeah right,and cars can go on water aswell :roll:
     
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    tends to be the future 80
     
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    http://www.amphicar.tk/

    Tag....you're it! :wink:
     
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    Ok,sometimes my english is very very bad :p
    I meant a car that runs on water instead on gasoline. My bad...
     
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    Hehe... :wink:
     
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    hehe

    Hydrogen Cars (cars that have engines that run using water) have been in the making(tests being run etc.) for a while.

    US
     
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    Poor Rejzor. :lol:
     
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    I don't know about other cars, but that BMW Hydrogen Car definitely does not run on water!!
     
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    Well, it runs on hydrogen and exhausts water...

    Don't be so picky! :wink:
     
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    Hydrogen cars run off of hydrogen and produce water and water vapor out of the exhaust. There is nothing that runs on water as of yet.
     
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    OH! How true......... :?
     
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    this runs on water :)

    [​IMG]
     
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    Holy Hyjack Batman!

    Man this is a hilarious thread! :lol:
     
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