SLI Frame Rendering

 
 

SLI Frame Rendering: Combines two Quadro graphics boards with an SLI connector to transparently scale application performance on a single display by presenting them as a single graphics card to the operating system.

Benefits:

  • Split frame rendering (SFR) mode benefits fill rate-limited applications frequently found in industries such as visual simulation.
  • Alternate frame rendering (AFR) mode benefits geometry-limited applications such as SPECviewperf® 11 as well as other applications in CAD and DCC industries.


VIEWPERF 10 RESULTS


Measured on Dual Intel Xeon W5580 Processor 3.2GHz, 16GB DDR3-1333 system memory, Microsoft® Windows® XP 64-bit SP2, NVIDIA Driver 195.22


Measured on Dual Intel Xeon W5580 Processor 3.2GHz, 16GB DDR3-1333 system memory, Microsoft® Windows® XP 64-bit SP2, NVIDIA Driver 195.22

Requirements:

  • Two identical NVIDIA Quadro 6000, 5000, FX 5800 or FX 4800 graphics cards
  • SLI connector
  Windows Linux
   DVI Outputs 1 to 4 1 to 4
   FSAA Up to 128x Up to 128x
   G-Sync
   Stereo with G-Sync - -
   SDI - -


 
 
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