"Now that the 1.0-8XXX drivers are due out for an official
public launch shortly, and the 1.0-8168 BETA drivers have been
leaked by ASUS, GNU/Linux users can finally begin to experience the
benefits of Scalable Link Interface (SLI) Technology in addition to
many other improvements that Microsoft Windows ForceWare users have
been able to utilize in their high-end systems for quite some time.
For those Linux users who aren't familiar with this SLI Technology,
rather than running a single graphics card, you're able to run two
identical graphics cards in tandem on supported PCI Express
systems. Similar to Scan Line Interleaving found on 3DFX Voodoo2 3D
accelerators, Scalable Link Interface is able to utilize two PCI
Express x16 graphics cards simultaneously but rather than having
each card render one line, NVIDIA uses a dynamic load balancing
logic to split the rendering portions equally between the two
GeForce 6/7 units..."
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