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Thread: SLI on an Intel x38 mobo




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    Default SLI on an Intel x38 mobo

    I kept hearing about people having modded drivers to run 7xxx geforce cards in SLI on intel chipsets. So i was just wondering if anyone has gotten around to modding the drivers to support the 8800 series in SLI on Intel x38 chipsets.
    My Rig: Asus P5e MoBo, Intel Q6600 @ 3.2ghz, 4 Gigs of G Skill 6400 DDR2 Ram, WD 150 Gig Raptor X HD, 500gb WD storage HD, EVGA GeForce 9800gtx, Vista 64 bit, Antec 900 case, Olevia 537h LCD.
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    Default Re: SLI on an Intel x38 mobo

    I don't know of anyone that is running SLI on the intel chipsets. That would be pretty interesting to see though.

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    Default Re: SLI on an Intel x38 mobo

    No. It is impossible since Nvidia basically has it locked out completely for the 8-series and newer cards.
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    Default Re: SLI on an Intel x38 mobo

    Impossible?

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    Default Re: SLI on an Intel x38 mobo

    nvidia needs to quit being aholes
    My Rig: Asus P5e MoBo, Intel Q6600 @ 3.2ghz, 4 Gigs of G Skill 6400 DDR2 Ram, WD 150 Gig Raptor X HD, 500gb WD storage HD, EVGA GeForce 9800gtx, Vista 64 bit, Antec 900 case, Olevia 537h LCD.
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    Default Re: SLI on an Intel x38 mobo

    Yeah, for now it is impossible. People have modded the drivers and even after rebooting the systems still look for other things to verify SLI compatibility and do not allow SLI. Believe me, I have been looking for this fix myself for 1 year +.
    GIgabyte GA-990FXA-UD3
    AMD FX8120 @ 4GHz
    Patriot 1866MHz EL series 2X4GB DDR3
    Powercolour HD 6970 2GB w/XFX 8800GT 512MB Hybrid PhysX
    Creative X-FI titanium HD w/Technics class A 300W amp and tower speakers
    PC P&C 500W PSU
    2TB Seagate
    Coolermaster 690II w/Corsair H100 tucked under the hood

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