Originally Posted by onlooker
No that's not correct. Start reading the information provided in the links in the posts.
I guess we have to define what the word "works" means.
Assuming that there were hacks that allowed two cards to work in an SLI configuration, what would it have to do to be considered to be "working"?
Would it just have to run, but so poorly that it was essentially unusable?
Would that qualify?
Or would it have to run so that it gave a significant performance enhancement over one card?
I find it to be very amusing that the PC industry, which has 99% of the demand for graphics cards these days, can't get SLI to work on machines without the correct chipsets. And Crossfire can't be gotten to work on machines without the proper chipsets for that, but there is a claim that SLI will work on a Mac Pro which doesn't use Nvidia chipsets.
What possible advantage could Nvidia have for putting so much work into a project that would gain them nothing, yet, not put that same amount of effort into the PC world, where they could sell a lot more chips if successful?
And if this were true, with all the interest, why wasn't it common knowledge, blasted across all the rumors sites, as well as the gamers sites, and other tech sites?