MultiChrome is a technique by S3 Graphics to couple multiple graphics chips for better performance. It has first been used in the Chrome S20 series and later in Chrome 400 series graphics processors. The technology is comparable to NVidia's SLI and ATi/AMD's Crossfire multi video adapter solution.[1]

At the moment, due to the speed of the Chrome S20 and Chrome 400 chipsets, no special connectors are required to bridge both cards to activate MultiChrome. Also, unlike NVidia or ATi's solution, the technology is not locked to a particular chipset.

See also


  1. ^ TechReport - S3's MultiChrome dual-GPU technology