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Thread: Mainboards capable of running 2 video cards at 16X.




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    Default Mainboards capable of running 2 video cards at 16X.

    Are there any other mainboards that support SLI 16X speed X2 other than those that have NVIDIA nForce 680i chipset and a small few from the previous version?

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    Default Re: Mainboards capable of running 2 video cards at 16X.

    Why do you care? There's no performance difference. AGP 8x is still overkill. An 8x PCI-E connection is enough for one card.

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    Default Re: Mainboards capable of running 2 video cards at 16X.

    Quote Originally Posted by Spongebob View Post
    Are there any other mainboards that support SLI 16X speed X2 other than those that have NVIDIA nForce 680i chipset and a small few from the previous version?

    Nvidia 590i SLI does.

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    Default Re: Mainboards capable of running 2 video cards at 16X.

    Quote Originally Posted by Yawgm0th View Post
    Why do you care? There's no performance difference. AGP 8x is still overkill. An 8x PCI-E connection is enough for one card.
    This is all the info anyone ever needs. Besides, unless you run 1920X1200 resolutions or higher, SLI is a waste.
    GIgabyte GA-990FXA-UD3
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    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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