Re: Building a computer soon
If you want SLI, usually the board specs will say it. There is usually "SLI Compatible" right on the box the mobo comes in, and if you use Newegg, I know they are also under the specification tab. Also, if it has more than 1 PCI-E x16 slot, you can probably still SLI them with the SLI Bridge.
A good suggestion I have from partial experience: Get a REALLY good PSU. Make sure you have at least 650 watts, and 36 or more combined amps. Dual rails or more are a must, even for one 8800, and the GTS even more so than the GT.
My Computer: eMachines T5226 - Intel Pentium D Dual Core @ 3 GHz - Diamond Viper Radeon HD3870 OC Edition with 1 GB GDDR3 VRAM - 4 GB PQi Turbo DDR2-533 RAM - Corsair 650W PSU with 52A on single rail - TSSTcorp DVD-DL+-RW combo drive - Lite-on 52x CD-RW burner - Creative SoundBlaster X-Fi XtremeGamer - Logitech z5300e speakers - WinFast TV Tuner - Vista Ultimate 64-Bit. eBay name: Flightsimboy304