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Old 05-28-2010, 08:37 AM   #1
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Default Powercolor Places Hydra on ATI 5770

The LucidLogix Hydra chip has been making its way around the Internet for a while, sporting the feature of being able to combine the processing power of different graphics cards from different manufacturers, creating a Hybrid graphics platform where Nvidia and ATI can share the load. The chip was first introduced commercially with the MSI Big Bang series of motherboards, where it proved to be a very valid technology. Powercolor will be showing off it's latest 5770 Evolution board with said Hydra chip at the Computex event next week.
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Huh, seems odd, I wonder how it will work.
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