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    ROG Enthusiast Array KRAYGON's Avatar
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    whats next after liquid cooling?

    the gtx 1080 has been around for awhile

    does NVidia have the balls to implement a gtx 1090 sli into a notebook?

    id like one just to fart around on haha


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    I think SLI is unlikely at this point. Nvidia has been distancing itself from SLI on the desktop and it's already been quite rare to see SLI in laptops in previous generations. Plus, in the past the mobile GPUs were different products from the desktop versions. They were anemic cut down GPUs that could actually benefit from load sharing.

    Now the GPU is the same as the desktop, just running in a lower power state. If a notebook manufacturer wants more performance they just need to increase the power and cooling to allow the GPU to run faster.
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