Multi Board / Chip implemtation Images

Discussion in '3D Hardware, Software & Output Devices' started by Dave Baumann, Jan 29, 2005.

  1. Dave Baumann

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    I need pictures of Voodoo2 in SLI mode, Rage Fury Maxx and Volari V8 - anyone got any?
     
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    How complete do you need the Voodoo 2 pics to be. I have a couple Voodoo 2's that I can rig up into a system for some quickie snapshots.... :)
     
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    Uhm...
    One could think that Dave is preparing an article on an ATI multi chip/card solution an whant to provide some historic background & photos! :)
    Maybe?

    Bye!
     
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    Or he could be doing a technical article on multichip rendering and probably wants some extra product examples or something
     
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    Booo! Hisss!

    :D
     
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    I thought the same thing as soon as i read the post.
    I'm usually always wrong when i come to this things.. but still! :p
     
  9. Dave Baumann

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    Actually I'm taking the second stab at the NVIDIA SLI testing right now. The initial attempt was a little abortive, however I was sent some newer Ultras recently and so far they appear to be much more agreeable, even on this 480W PSU.
     
  10. Dave Baumann

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    That'll do fine thanks :)
     
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    heh, that box looks rendered. Volari needs better AA.
     
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    Dave what do you need for the Fury MAXX picture? I've got one here (have to find which box it went in in the last move though).
     
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    I've got a Rage Fury MAXX and a Duo. I'll take some pics of the MAXX and Duo when I get to work tomorrow.

    I've also got a Voodoo 5500 if you need pics of that too.
     
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    How come old video cards didn't put huge heatsinks and fans on the chips and clock the bejeezus out of them? A lot of old video cards didn't even have fans, and certainly that would have helped their clocks out a lot.
     
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