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2 x GPU G73

Last Update: March 3, 2007

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2 - 7600 GS SLI: Benchmarks - Setup

The system configuration is as follows:

  • Processor: AMD X2 3800+ default clocks
  • Memory: 2048Mb (2 x 1024Mb) Corsair Value Select DDR2 667 - default clocks
  • Motherboard: MSI K9N SLI
  • HDD: Maxtor 120Gb SATA
  • PSU: Thermaltake Thoughpower 650W
  • OS Related Software: WinXP SP2 / Forceware 97.92 NGOHQ / DirectX 9.0c End User Runtime February 2007 update / DotNet 2.0

The NGOHQ's graphics drivers are convenient because they offer the old NVIDIA control panel. For example, we can enable visual indicators that show the GPU load balancing.

We will do the following tests and benchmarks:

GPU Info

GPU Benchmarks

The SLI enabling must be done in the control panel of the NVIDIA drivers:

Init SLI

All benchmarks are done by forcing the AFR (Alternate Frame Rendering) rendering mode:

Init SLI

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