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ok i have an ultra durabletm3 EX58-UD3R GIGABYTE mother board

i have installed a xfx geforce gtx 295 nvidia gfx card , there is a 2nd slot for a 2nd card but will that motherboard work with nvidia sli?
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It's easy to tell mate, simply look up your manual or find the specifications on the Gigabyte website. :)
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i believe it will work from what ive been told :)

do i need to buy some sort of sli kit?
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You should have received everything you need with the motherboard, in my experience. If you don't have it, make sure to contact the retailer when you are buying it and tell them you will be running it in SLI and does it come with everything you need?
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hmm i dont think there was anything extra came with it
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Don't know for your board but with my Gigabyte X58 UD5 I got SLI bridge.To have two gtx 295 cards you need SLI Bridge if you don't have it you should check in your manual as Troy said.Btw SLI bridge is around $10!
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is there any settings i would need to change in the bios cos i could not see anything about sli
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Again, have you looked in the manual? All you need to know will be in there. If not, try looking on the manufacturer's website, there may be an updated manual available for download which helps.
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