No native Hybrid dual GPU support in Windows 7


  1. Posts : 70
    Windows 7 Ultimate X64
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    No native Hybrid dual GPU support in Windows 7


    According to Microsoft Hybrid SLI and CrossFireX are unstable and provide poor user experiences and as a result they will not be natively supported in Windows 7

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    eggyuk said:
    According to Microsoft Hybrid SLI and CrossFireX are unstable and provide poor user experiences and as a result they will not be natively supported in Windows 7

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    Cant blame them with the current NVidia and ATI chips being the way they are
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  3. Posts : 22,814
    W 7 64-bit Ultimate
       #3

    I knew there was a good reason I don't want to use either....

    Thanks eggyuk!
















    Later Ted
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  4. Posts : 576
    Vista X32. Windows 7 32bit
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    Hey eggyuk, I think I hi-jacked your thread. My apologies.
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  5. Posts : 70
    Windows 7 Ultimate X64
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    NormCameron said:
    Hey eggyuk, I think I hi-jacked your thread. My apologies.
    Why you

    Only joking Norm. Its fine. I'll let you off this once
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  6. Posts : 3,322
    Windows 8.1 Pro x64
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    I've not even see Hybrid SLI being used yet :S
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  7. Posts : 576
    Vista X32. Windows 7 32bit
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    Neither had I until I was buying an AM2+ Mobo the other day. One of those that came up was the XFX MI-A78S-8209 Motherboard

    "Amplify your gaming experience with the XFX GeForce 8200 amotherboard. A true performer in every sense of the word, this first-of-its-kind HybridSLI motherboard comes jam-packed with all of the full-throttle features handcore gamers demand. From GeForce Boost Technology that pops graphics performance up to 45% to the first motherboard series to support AMD Phenom processors, the 8200 is ready to rock your game." Cost $AU138. So there you go! A hybridSLI MOBO.
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