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Old 03-19-2008, 04:18 PM   #21
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Default Re: Dual 9800GX2 or Triple 8800Ultra?

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You are part right. A GX2 Card is basically an SLI'ed card. It is virtually two cards in one. When you add two of those together, you get four processing cores, thus quad SLI.
Oh, okay. Thanks for clearing that up. I'm guessing hex-SLI isn't supported?
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No, I'm not sure whether the 9800GX2 are compatible with the 780i/790i's 3-way SLI though.
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Oh, okay. Thanks for clearing that up. I'm guessing hex-SLI isn't supported?
Not a problem.

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No, I'm not sure whether the 9800GX2 are compatible with the 780i/790i's 3-way SLI though.
I doubt it. Every picture I've seen only has one SLI connector on the GX2's, but who knows if the picture is accurate.
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