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Old 08-26-2006, 06:30 PM   #1
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ok so i have one g card right now and im wanting to add the other for sli now what sort of gain will i notice or will i?
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also can you mix mb as long as they are both a 6800xt?...like a 256 and a 512 or a 256 and a 128?
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Default Re: sli gain

Here's an nice comparison for looking at different video card setups:

Tom's Hardware VGA Charts

Yes, the amount of memory on each card is not a factor in matching video cards. Just make sure they have the same GPU, such as two 6800XT.
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