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Comment: Re:Who cares? (Score 1) 186

by bbbl67 (#28401853) Attached to: SLI On Life Support For the AMD Platform
It's looking like dual graphics will be the default scenario pretty soon anyway. Not in the sense of two graphics cards as in SLI or Crossfire. But more like a combination of graphics cards and integrated graphics. Both Intel and AMD are working towards their combined CPU/GPU chips (Fusion, etc.). So in the not too distant future I can see all machines having a default integrated GPU built-in. Then high-end gamers will invariably add-in a high-end GPU. So why not make use of both resources? Instead of using either the integrated graphics or the add-in graphics, use both at the same time. It doesn't have to be for graphics alone, but it could also be used for OpenCL and DirectX 11's physics engine.

According to the latest official figures, 43% of all statistics are totally worthless.

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