The next question is....can this be applied to or work just as well with integrated graphics? For instance, some noob like me thinks he has bought this awesome gaming rig with integrated graphics and finds out it's not all it's cracked up to be and still has serious limits....will this apply to such a situation or would I still have to buy two cheap cards and totally abort the integrated graphics?
This whole concept is something I have dreamt of for years but never thought possible. It really would be (no pun intended) a game changer for people like me who cannot afford to fork out $800 or even $200 for a video card when ever they felt like it or needed to. Hell, I have three or four video cards I bought over the years that are tucked away in plastic bags or their boxes. I could conceivably put together a nice little rig for my kid to game on. There's a state surplus store near me that has shelves and shelves of computer towers for sale cheap that a person could upgrade.
WHEN will this be available?