Nvidia releases Quad SLI driver to the masses

Written by Luke    Thursday, 20 July 2006 13:33

Up until now, Nvidia's Quad SLI technology has only been accessible to those who don't mind shelling out for a PC manufactured by a big OEM. Nvidia has released a beta Quad SLI driver to the public. Now you can have the baddest computer on the block and still maintain your DIY dignity. However, be prepared to deal with the usual beta bugs if you do decide to go out and buy a pair of Geforce 7950 GX2's right away.

"This driver is a Beta driver that enables Quad Nvidia SLI technology, allowing you to put two GeForce 7950 GX2 graphics cards in a single system with an Nvidia nForce SLI motherboard. This driver is strictly for end user Beta testing with two GeForce 7950 GX2 graphics cards only and is not intended for production,” a statement by Nvidia reads.

Insane 32x FSAA is now available to anyone who is willing to pay for it. Don't come crying to Nvidia if you run into a problem though, beta drivers are hardly ever supported. Nvidia provided a few hardware qualifications if you want to find out if the rest of your hardware is up to snuff.