It's been a long time coming with the release of NVIDIA's GTX280 video card several months ago, but we have finally put together a computer to do Triple-SLI with and this review is the result of that. The problem being that the motherboards that support triple SLI do not support CrossfireX, we also had some issues with video cards which didn't work in 3D. In any event, today marks our first look at NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 280 Tri-SLI. As we don't have three GTX285s, nor dual GTX295s this will have to do.
Nvidia has been making video card chips, motherboard chipsets and handheld video chipsets for many years now. They have fallen on hard times as many companies in the computer industry have as the economic downturn in the World economy is the worst in many years many say since the Great Depression. They launched the GeForce GTX280 in the middle of last year in June. EVGA manufactures video cards, motherboards and other computer equipment mainly based on NVIDIA chips. Today I'm reviewing the EVGA GeForce GTX 280 in triple-SLI.