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Thread: SLI working on 955,965 & 975 without the SLI Bridge




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    Default SLI working on 955,965 & 975 without the SLI Bridge

    With the 85.96 modded drive, you can run SLI on your Intel 945,955,965 & 975 boards.you do not need a SLI bridge to get SLI working .


    1. 7900GTX SLI on RD600 3DMarks 2001 :-


    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...0&postcount=30

    2.7900GTX SLI@ATI MOBO :-

    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...1&postcount=29


    3. 7900gtx SLI on RD600 3DMarks 03 :-

    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...7&postcount=32


    4. SLI running on P5WD2(i955) :-



    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...1&postcount=64


    5. 6600GT in SLI on i955X :-



    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...ad.php?t=83950

    If u require the driver,PM me coz I don't know that posting that modded driver link here will violate the forum rule or not.One Administrator or Moderator can confirm that though.
    Last edited by AMDATHLONFX; 01-31-2007 at 10:03 PM.

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    Default Re: SLI working on 955,965 & 975 without the SLI Bridge

    You can post a link here if you want - I'll deal with any issues with NV.
    Cameron "Mr.Tweak" Wilmot
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    Default Re: SLI working on 955,965 & 975 without the SLI Bridge

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Tweak View Post
    You can post a link here if you want - I'll deal with any issues with NV.

    Thanks Mr.Tweak.I'm really interested to post the link coz I think it'll help a lot of people.

    So, here's the link :- http://www.webalice.it/bairam/85.96_mod.exe

    Good luck guyz.Don't forget to uninstall any existing graphics driver before installing it.Let me know if u try.

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    Default Re: SLI working on 955,965 & 975 without the SLI Bridge

    Hey AMDATHLONFX, I'm not sure how to go about using sli in my gigabyte ds3 mobo, but it seems to me that the PEG link that you told me about is a feature only found on ASUS motherboards. Maybe you can help me out more?
    Case: Antec P180 ** PSU: Ultra-V 600W
    Main: EVGA 680i 122-CK-NF68**
    CPU: E6700 2.66GHz
    CPU cooling: Arctic Freezer 7 Pro ** RAM: 2GB Corsair XMS2
    GPU: BFG GTX 295..** Samsung 206bw LCD
    OS: Vista Ultimate 32bit

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    Default Re: SLI working on 955,965 & 975 without the SLI Bridge

    Quote Originally Posted by xaglx View Post
    Hey AMDATHLONFX, I'm not sure how to go about using sli in my gigabyte ds3 mobo, but it seems to me that the PEG link that you told me about is a feature only found on ASUS motherboards. Maybe you can help me out more?

    Yep, I didn't know that the PEG link is only available to Asus mobos but it is. Sorry Xaglx,Your mobo can't run SLI.It would be better if you would have bought a mobo with dual 16x slots like the Gigabyte GA-965-DQ6 so that to run SLI or Crossfire u wouldn't have to sell ur mobo.This is atleast some loss of money.You won't get the full price for your mobo & u'll have to buy another one.But if u would have bought any mobo with dual 16x slots,then u could run SLI or Crossfire on your mobo,irrespective of the chipset.Any mobo with dual 16x slots can run SI & Crossfire.Basically in the driver,Nvidia generally adds a line to match only SLI chipsets.That's why original drivers won't let u run SLI without the certified SLI chipset but the modded drivers have inbuilt support to run SLI.


    So, sorry friend, your DS3 won't be able to run SLI but obviously u can buy any 975 or 965 board that has the PEG link(Asus only) or any board that has dual 16x slots.You won't have to pay large to run SLi & u also won't have to go for any SLI board to run SLI.
    Last edited by AMDATHLONFX; 02-07-2007 at 01:07 PM.

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