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As we reported to you yesterday, just about the only thing wrong with NVIDIA's hot graphics card released yesterday, the GeForce 7950 GX2, is that the high-powered yet relatively low-cost 1GB graphics board is not yet capable of Quad SLI. That's because the driver hasn't been written yet. Now NVIDIA says we won't be seeing that driver until the end of the summer.

Oh, well. Isn't that frequently the problem with graphics cards? The drivers trail the technology, sometimes by a long shot. But in the case of the GeForce 7950 GX2, even without that new driver, the $650 card is still a speed burner.

Quad 7950 driver to come at the end of summer [the Inquirer]