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    are DUAL graphics cards supported? Anyone using this?

    Hi guys,

    So for dual graphics cards, nVidia has SLI: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scalable_Link_Interface
    While ATI has CrossFire: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ATI_CrossFire

    Now, are either of these technologies well-supported by OpenCL?

    Is anyone HERE using a setup like that?

    Thank you.

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    Re: are DUAL graphics cards supported? Anyone using this?

    Hmm, I'm using a 9800GX2, two chips on one card. If this counts. Each chip is listened as one device.

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    Re: are DUAL graphics cards supported? Anyone using this?

    same here. GTX 295

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    Re: are DUAL graphics cards supported? Anyone using this?

    I have two 4870x2's, and a 8600gt in the same box. I am very interested to see if I can get all of them working together, or even swapping the 8600 for the 4850 that is in my HTPC if it doesn't get worked out soon...

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