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GTX-770 SLI question


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brettt777

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My PC has a single Gigabyte 2gb GTX-770 VGA. I'm looking at adding another one for an SLI setup. My question is this, do the two cards have to be exactly the same? I mean, obviously I would need them both to be 2gb GTX-770 devices, but could one be Gigabyte and one be say, Asus? Or would they both need to be Gigabyte?

 

I just found out that the Oculus Rift device will not support an SLI setup. So now I'm not so sure...


Edited by brettt777, 24 October 2015 - 09:08 AM.

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iammykyl

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Gday brettt777.

Yes you can mix GPUs from different manufacturers.   this resource pages should answer most of your questions. > http://www.geforce.c...ogy/sli/faq#c16

You must also check your PSU is suitable, enough Amps and connections.

 

If your game is not supported, I would see how much you can sell your existing card and move up to a GTX 970/980.


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