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April 22, 2012, 12:10:00 AM
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I know that for most mobos it is even a stretch to be able to boot with 4x5970 but lets say a mobo with UEFI has more memory to allocate all the GPUs and the AMD drivers do not make this into a problem because the iGPU is Intel. Could I use the iGPU for normal operation under win/linux? Or have I missed something? Has anyone tried this?

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April 22, 2012, 01:08:29 AM
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Good question. Even better question. 8 AMD GPUS + 8 nVidia GPUs. They aren't under the same driver, so it should be possible as far as the driver limit is concerned.

This is just a theory though.

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Good question. Even better question. 8 AMD GPUS + 8 nVidia GPUs. They aren't under the same driver, so it should be possible as far as the driver limit is concerned.

This is just a theory though.

The regular old bios won't have enough address space (probably) but efi is a different situation entirely.
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