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your motherboard if its sli supported is suppost to come with a bridge which is a circuit board that connects them inside the case.


So basically what your saying is that the bridge connects them 2 cards together too equal one.
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What I circled is how they are connected inside of the pc. They are connected to each other with a circuit board. (very small bridge)

All the sli does is it help with the graphics intensive games when you have the settings to the max. If you want antistrophic filtering, and anti aliasing on that is where sli exceeds. It wont bog down as much as it would with one of the cards.

Edited by jrm20, 15 January 2006 - 09:01 PM.

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That's sweet I can't wait to put these bad boys in my computer.
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ya i edited and wrote more..
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ya i edited and wrote more..


Yeah i'm going to run these 2 cards at 1600x1200 and get the most out of them.
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Ya thats what they are for, max anti alias, antistrophic, and resolution.


Also keeps the fps up more than a single 6800 gs would.

Edited by jrm20, 15 January 2006 - 09:05 PM.

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Ya thats what they are for, max anti alias, antistrophic, and resolution.
Also keeps the fps up more than a single 6800 gs would.


well when i get my new system up and running i'll be sure to let you know what it's like.

I think i'm going to enjoy every minute of my new system the first day i get it.

It will be so much better then the one i have now.
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lol ya cya, i gotta go now.
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