since we don’t have a hardware related forum I decided to post this here.
If you want to build reliable realtime graphic systems that run 24/7 there is no other way but to use server technology/mainboards. My problem is, I am running out of options… (no more SLI support on modern server mainboards)
Not necessariely important, but I am looking for image quality improvement, not performance.
There are up to date server boards that support Crossfire, and, I never thought the day would come, I am considering to move to ATI graphic cards…
I thought you made the choice for life!
I don’t want to start yet another ATI vs. NVidia war, I would just like to hear some oppinions.
- I don’t know how the SuperAA quality compares to SLIAA.
- There used to be some differences concerning the usage of the back buffer after flipping?
- Shader “interpretations” are different of course.
This is not an issue about consumer or workstation class graphics cards. That might be worth another thread…
Am I the only one with this problem?
Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.