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Old 01-27-2008, 04:50 PM   #1
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Okay, I have another nvidia quadro fx 4600 lying around, so how do i setup "sli"? I also'd like to know if/ how big a performance difference i would see. Basicly in crysis.. seeing thats the only game i cant run at 1900 by 1200.
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what motherboard do you have.
and you will need somthing like this . depending on your motherboard
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Here's some tutorials that will show you how to setup SLI: SLI Zone - How To Guides.
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y would u have two processors in ur sig but no mobo? funny. tell us ur mobo and then we can help
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