Fair enough...agreed that the SLI hack is a way to get SLI working. However, I suspect there's a lot of people out there that don't know about it. While it's possible to get SLI to work on AMD boards, some people just need to see the SLI sticker on the box otherwise they won't bother with nvidia.yup. instead of you clicking a certain free program twice to get sli going on your amd motherboard,they will
save you those 2 clicks
Exactly this is going to bring nvidia so much business, I wonder if they'll ever knock ATI off or vice versa, also I love your avatar, I used to have a poster of it when I was a kidIt's a good thing, I am all for choice. I had NF4 chip and an old Asus MB running an Athlon 4200 and I loved that board (A8N-SLI Deluxe)very solid. It's true that you can use hack for many things but personally, I like official support better.