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      05-22-2008
Inside HW take a look at the Asus M3N-HT Deluxe Mempipe motherboard, one of the first motherboards based on the new nForce 780A chipset:

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The new nForce chipset supports multi GPU regime and it is the first high-end integrated chipset (Crossfire would be presented from AMD for up-coming 790GX). 780G supports crossfire and similar to that is nVidia 780a that supports hybrid SLi, which allows matching integrated GPU and additional (discreet, separate) graphics card. Also it’s interesting to take a look into power saving possibilities of this motherboard. 780a will turn off discrete graphics card if you use only 2D regime and then will be active only integrated GPU. And when you start up a 3D application (games, 3D rendering software etc), GPU on discrete graphics card will be activated and as result there will be increase in 3D performances. Using graphics card in PCI-express slot, Hybrid SLi, just like Hybrid CrossFire, will achieve better 3D performances thanks to integrated GPU. This kind of possibility is called “GeForce boost”.
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