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Thread: M2N-SLI Deluxe Question




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    Default M2N-SLI Deluxe Question

    I currently have an M2N-SLI Deluxe motherboard in my pc running an old 8800GTS 640mb.

    I am going to upgrade my gfx card in the next few weeks and am looking at getting 2 Sapphire 4870's in crossfire.

    The only thing throwing me off is, can my board take ATI cards? The whole "SLI Ready" tags on the box and through manual are confusing me.

    I've searched on the web but can only find people with nvidia cards running in SLI on them.

    I always thought pci-e slots were "generic" so to speak.

    Thanks,
    Anfo

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    Default Re: M2N-SLI Deluxe Question

    PCI-E slots ARE generic, but the SLI and CrossFire features are totally proprietary. If your motherboard can support SLI, then it won't support CrossFire and vice versa. To my knowledge there are no motherboards that have managed to allow both features on the same motherboard. It will allow you to run two ATI video cards, but not in a CrossFire configuration.
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    Default Re: M2N-SLI Deluxe Question

    Ok, I understand how it works now, thanks for the reply.

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