No triple SLI with GeForce 8800 GT
What has been more or less certain for a long time is now getting an official approval: Nvidia's upcoming variant of a graphics card network with up to three models will not work on the mainstream GeForce 8800 GT cards.
Nvidia itself corrected statements that one of their employees had given in a conference call. Triple SLI is therefore withheld from the upper-class models. That is currently occupied in the form of the GeForce 8800 GTX and GeForce 8800 Ultra, whereby one should start to worry about the GeForce 8800 GTX, since the new 'G92 GTS' is in the starting blocks.
That the GeForce 8800 GT does not have two more Models in their class can be linked is due to a technical characteristic. While the mainstream models only have a so-called 'MIO interface adapter', the GTX and Ultra have two of these components. That part ensures that the GeForce 8800 GT can only communicate with one other model, while the GTX and Ultra variants can be connected with two, three or four graphics cards.