Nvidia has just announced that Intel Corporation and other Intel motherboard manufacturers including Asus, EVGA, Gigabyte, and MSI, have all licensed Nvidia’s multi-GPU SLI technology for upcoming motherboards based on Intel’s Core i5 and i7 platforms with an LGA1156 socket. This announcement updates Nvidia’s SLI support to include all consumer PC platforms, including Intel’s Core
Zotac’s newest Nvidia ION-based package isn’t a ready-to-use computer, but they do offer builders a single platform to build a mini-HTPC around.
The MSI Eclipse Plus gaming mainboard just passed through our radar recently. Now, MSI’s at it again with the X58 Pro-E mainboard, this time geared towards seasoned gamers and overclockers.
MSI has just unveiled a follow-up to the premium Eclipse motherboard that runs on Intel’s Core i7/ X58 Express Chipset platform. Dubbed the Eclipse Plus, this high-end board is still based on Intel’s X58 Express chipset that runs Core i7 processors and triple channel DDR3 memory (24GB max), but MSI added a few more features
NVIDIA announced that Intel has licensed the company’s SLI technology for running a multi-GPU configuration on Intel’s new X58-based motherboards that run on the Core i7 processor. This gives enthusiasts and power-gamers the option to equip their X58 systems with any combination of GeForce GPUs (up to Quad SLI) for more pixel processing power. NVIDIA’s