Question about this board-Gigabyte GA-8I915P Dual Graphic

Discussion in '3D Hardware, Software & Output Devices' started by AlexV, Jul 9, 2005.

  1. AlexV

    AlexV Heteroscedasticitate
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    I had a little question about this mobo-do NV drivers recognize it as a SLi capable board or not?I remember there was trouble with this thing when it launched, so I wonder if NV currently recognizes it should.

    Sorry if I posted it in the wrong forum :)
     
  2. Rys

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    What driver revision (current 75 or soon-to-come 80) is the one to enable SLI on non-NVIDIA core logic? I've not had the time (or inclination) to give it a go with the other PEG hardware I've got lying about.
     
  3. AlexV

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    I`ve gotten a reply from gigabyte, along the lines of:eek:ur board supports quad-view yadda yadda, but as for SLi it does not as it is a 915P chipset not AN nVidia one-so I guess the issue is with drivers enabling SLi on non NV core logic more then anything.
     
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    not sure about the 915, but the 955's dual graphics should support crossfire
     
  5. AlexV

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    Sadly, that isn`t helpful for me(yet :D )
     
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