With the opening of the CeBIT exhibition in Germany today, NVIDIA introduced its new invention - a mobile chipset that will allow the creation of an array of two video cards in one computer. With the help of the nForce 4 SLI for mobile, NVIDIA allows manufacturers to connect Two GeForce GO 7800GTX cards To their computers, and produce a portable performance monster.
According to NVIDIA, in light of the growing performance demands of computer games today, SLI arrays are the solution for gamers who want to enjoy all the details at insane resolutions - and a mobile SLI array is the answer for those who want all the benefits on the go as well. Along with the other mobile chipsets announced today (like the nForce Go 430 which features a built-in GeForce Go 6100 graphics card, which supports HDR), NVIDIA today introduces its own comprehensive solution for the entire mobile market.
And now, the question arises who needs it? Does the client really need an SLI array on his laptop? NVIDIA probably thinks so, we disagree.