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SLI

(Scalable Link Interface) A multi-GPU interface from NVIDIA for connecting two or four NVIDIA graphics cards together for faster rendering on one or two monitors. SLI machines require adjacent PCI Express slots, NVIDIA's Media and Communications Processor (MCP) on the motherboard and identical SLI-certified NVIDIA graphics cards. Such cards come with an SLI connector that connects one card to the other. See multi-GPU and CrossFire.


Quad SLI
Using Quad SLI, the power of four NVIDIA graphics cards is harnessed to provide extraordinary rendering for gaming. The arrows point to the two SLI connectors that tie the boards together.
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Computer-supported phonological awareness intervention for kindergarten children with specific language impairment.
On the 'specifics' of specific reading disability and specific language impairment.
Speed of processing in children with specific language impairment.
Towards tense as a clinical marker of specific language impairment in English-speaking children.
The acquisition of past tense morphology in children with specific language impairment (SLI) as compared with typically developing children has recently been the subject of considerable interest.
In recent years, investigators have sought to understand why children with specific language impairment (SLI) have such serious difficulty with verb morphology, especially in languages such as English and German.
Problems with grammatical morphology have come to be accepted as the hallmark of specific language impairment (de Jong i.
The emphasis of this book is on children with specific language impairments.
The emphasis of this book is on children with specific language impairments, but normal development is also given extensive coverage.
They focus on ADHD, autism spectrum disorders, specific language impairments, and specific learning difficulties, including dyslexia and problems with coordination, math skills, and handwriting.

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